Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store Reveals Beetlejuice Room

Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store is going to be the best way to get a taste of the hugely popular annual event in 2020 since it was officially cancelled due to the pandemic. If you don’t live in the Orlando-area and don’t have a trip planned to the park before Halloween, Halloween Horror Nights has teased that they’ll be very active with bringing screams at home via virtual content, but the main attraction for this year is the Tribute Store. On Friday, August 21, the final two rooms opened in the Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store (barring any surprises), completing the experience with a tribute to Beetlejuice and a place to grab some scary treats!

Beetlejuice was one of the rumored houses for Halloween Horror Nights 30 and the appearance of the Beetlejuice face covering all but confirmed that information. Since we won’t be able to walkthrough a Beetlejuice house, this is about the next best thing that any fans of the ghost with the most could hope for. The room features some of the Beetlejuice event merchandise along with plenty of props and decor based on the movie, including Beetlejuice’s grave, his snake-appearance, Barbara and Adam in their seance appearance, plus more easter eggs and hidden details! Beetlejuice was actually one of the original characters from the very first Halloween event at Universal in 1991, so this room does work as a throwback tribute to the origins of Halloween Horror Nights!

The other new room is all about food! There will be nearly 20 sweet and savory items featured, like a Halloween Confetti Cake, Cherry Gummy Beating Heart, Frankenstein Rice Crips Treat, plus so much more in a room filled with tons of creepy details!


These two new rooms complement the original two rooms that paid tribute to Frankenstein as well as Jack the Clown and the rest of the Halloween Horror Nights icons. These rooms feature merchandise based on Halloween Horror Nights icons as well as Universal Classic Monsters, so if you’re looking for t-shirts, socks, posters, pins, lanyards, or face coverings then look no further.

If you’re unable to visit the store this year, you’re able to buy a selection of the Halloween Horror Nights 2020 merchandise from the comfort of your home by visiting Universal Orlando’s Online Merchandise Store at www.shop.UniversalOrlando.com!

If you want to relive last year’s event, check out our playlist of videos from the 10 houses at the 2019 event!