The exhibition will run from Sep 10 to Nov 7 as part of Universal Studios Singapore’s Trick or Thrills event.
Halloween Horror Night returns to Universal Studios Singapore (USS) this year after it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in September 2020.
Usually held in September and October, the world-famous scare festival is known for its haunted houses, scare zones and roaming actors. It has also become an event that youths look forward to annually.
The event, which will run this year from Sep 10 to Nov 7, returns in the form of an exhibition – featuring displays, spooky props, information from behind-the-scenes of creating the event and a line-up of frightening icons in the past nine years.
In addition, fans will also be able to revisit memories of infamous haunted houses and catch thrilling shows.
As part of its Trick or Thrills event, which runs until Nov 7, USS will also be holding meet and greets with various popular characters from Despicable Me, Sesame Street and Trolls.
For entry to the Halloween Horror Nights Exhibition, advance reservations are required. The exhibition is not recommended for visitors under the age of 16.
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