Major Warning Issued for Parents Visiting Orlando Theme Parks

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Universal is a popular tourist location, seeing thousands of guests daily. Guests can explore Universal’s theme parks, Universal Islands of Adventure, and Universal Studios Florida. Each Universal theme park includes different thrilling attractions, shows, restaurants, and lands to enjoy.

Guests heading to Universal try and visit when parks are less crowded. Universal also knows guests prefer lower wait times, fewer crowds, and much more. Universal can control the crowds by setting different hours for the theme parks each day, planning certain events throughout the year, and offering guests who stay on site early access to the parks.

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Halloween Horror Nights is a popular event that has blown up for Universal Orlando. This event has evolved over the years, and it has gained a loyal following of horror enthusiasts who eagerly anticipate each year’s new offerings. Universal Orlando has even introduced an event-specific icon, a menacing character that serves as the face of the event, adding an extra layer of storytelling and continuity to the experience.

Halloween Horror Nights features a level of detail and dedication that goes into creating the haunted houses and scare zones. These elaborately designed mazes transport guests into iconic horror settings, making guests feel like they are really in the horror film.

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In a viral TikTok, a former Team Member shows a video about Universal guests bringing a baby to Halloween Horror Nights. This baby, you can see, still rides in a stroller and is wearing ear protection throughout the scare zones. However, this former Team Member talks about why you should not bring children to Halloween Horror Nights.

She starts by saying Universal Orlando has this event labeled for ages 14 and up, and the content for small children can be overstimulating and inappropriate for them. Halloween Horror Nights can be traumatic for children. Sadly, guests who decide to bring children as a “shield” tend to get scared. Guests who want to take smaller children can visit Disney World and Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. It should be noted that both popular Halloween events are selling out fast.

@tremainetok Don’t bring babies or small children to Halloween Horror Nights…. #hhn #halloween #fyp #foryou #foryoupage #halloweenhorrornights #themepark #universal ♬ original sound – TremaineTok

Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando is a terrifyingly immersive and exciting event that promises a night of thrills, chills, and unforgettable scares. Universal has cemented Halloween Horror Night as one of the premier Halloween events in the world, consistently delivering a level of quality and fright that keeps horror enthusiasts coming back year after year if Universal Guests dare to confront their deepest fears and experience the stuff of nightmares.

Would you take a small child to HHN?

About Brittni Ward

Brittni is a Disney and Universal fan; one of her favorite things at both parks is collecting popcorn buckets. While at Disney World Resort, Brittni meets the princesses and rides Kilimanjaro Safaris. At Universal, Brittni enjoys the Minions and watching Animal Actors on Location! When not at Disney World Resort or Universal Orlando, Brittni spends time with her family and pets.