One of the big gripes many Halloween Horror Nights fans had at last year’s event was the plexiglass separating scare actors from guests walking through the houses. Well this year, fans will get the same old experience walking through houses as the plexiglass has been confirmed to be removed!
An interview in USA Today published a few days ago shed light on a number of changes coming to the beloved Halloween tradition at Universal Studios Florida, but one particular change caught our eye despite it being only a passing mention — plexiglass will not be installed inside houses this year.
The reasoning behind this is simple — Universal Orlando Resort has fully returned to normal operations, with all COVID-19 mitigations having been removed from the resort.
Plexiglass was installed during the 2020 season when three houses opened during normal operating hours and again during Halloween Horror Nights 30 last year to prevent the spread of COVID-19 between scare actors and guests.
Are you excited to roam through the houses this year while scare actors jump out at you with no barriers between? Let us know in the comments below!
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