How Universal Orlando made haunted houses safer in a pandemic

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To keep its haunted houses a safe but spooky experience this year, Universal did some redecorating and rethinking. There are more barriers between scareactors and visitors, but there are no dangling intestines in your face. For the coronavirus pandemic era, there are even changes in the ways that performers lunge.

Read more from The Orlando Sentinel.

Went through both of them this past weekend with almost no wait (at park opening) they were pretty good houses the hallways were a little brighter than usual . The flashlights they directed you with worked ( not the case in the past) Overall very well done and very Professionally done.


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We get it, the Orlando Sentinel hates Ireland. 🙂

Jeff - Editor - - My Blog - Phrazy

It's not alone in that.

If I ever have something really popular on my site I might just block North America for a while...

Universal Orlando hit capacity today, and people in the park didn't seem to be happy with their in-park experience.

They've regularly been hitting capacity over the weekends. I wonder how much of that is because of the continuation of a Halloween event, even though it is limited. Ride times according to the app at about 5pm today were mostly under an hour, except Shrek 4D for some reason.

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