Well and Wagon appear at the Halloween Horror Nights House construction site at Universal Studios Hollywood


The facades of several Halloween Horror Nights houses (no longer just mazes) have come together at Universal Studios Hollywood.

Curious George Parking Garage Tents

There are two long black tents in this parking lot.

During our last visit, we saw a well.

The well looks like stone, with a wooden frame around it that would lower a bucket.

An old-fashioned wagon was also nearby.

Words printed on the wagon include “ticket office” and “Wild West”.

We also noticed a bed of “Jurassic World” sets, but we assume these are other experiences unrelated to Halloween Horror Nights.

A dilapidated house facade sits in front of this tent, complete with windows and a fireplace. Two light brown fenced areas are on the ground on either side of the entrance.

The cart and the well sit near this house, which is said to be linked to Scarecrow.

Crews were working on the front of the other tent in this parking lot. It’s harder to see, but there were lots of wooden panels on the floor.

This tent probably houses an American werewolf in London. A maze based on the movie of the same name was last seen in 2014.

The Mummy’s Revenge: The Queue

Next to Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride is another house.

The exterior of it looks almost complete.

This brick facade includes bold letters that read “Alucard Trading Co.” Crews built a fenced wooden patio in front of the brick facade. A black wooden structure sits on the side.

More black painted wood is visible on the back of the tent. This is the likely location for Universal Monsters: Legends Collide.

Labyrinth of the Parisian court

The facade of the Parisian court house is no different from our last visit, although construction work is underway behind the walls.

The bells hang from a weather-beaten structure. This maze would be an original based on the urban legend of La Llorona. Universal Studios Florida had a house based on the same legend in Halloween Horror Nights 23 that looked like.

As construction continues ahead of the September 8 opening, we’ll be posting further progress in building the maze.

Which Halloween Horror Nights 2022 houses are you looking forward to lining up for? Let us know in the comments.

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