Sin City is getting a monstrous addition.
Universal Parks & Resorts will bring a permanent horror-themed entertainment experience to Las Vegas that’s based on the company’s popular Halloween Horror Nights, according to a report on Deadline.
The ambitious project reportedly will bring to life Universal Picture’s library of classic horror films “with a variety of immersive horror-centric experiences, bars and restaurants, seasonal events and merchandise.”
There’s no timeline for the ribbon cutting on the facility, but reports indicate it will be a 110,000-square-foot space that will be located near the city’s famous Strip and just off the 15 freeway.
Universal Parks & Resorts chief executive Mark Woodbury said the impetus for the new location was to “bring our distinct brand of storytelling to life by creating the most innovative, immersive and exciting destinations and experiences for our fans around the world.”
Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is an annual Halloween-themed event at Universal Studios theme parks in Orlando, Hollywood, Japan and Singapore. Running from early September until late October or early November, the event includes themed haunted houses and scare zones.
Keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on this Universal Studios Las Vegas experience.