Even though theme parks could now return to business as usual, experts said that doesn't mean they would.
In addition, Universal Orlando Resort will allow costumes and trick-or-treating in the parks.
Universal Orlando Resort began to furlough employees in May after paying employees for several weeks following the shut down of their parks in March.
Universal Orlando on Monday announced it will be opening two haunted houses available to daytime guests at Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure.
Theme parks across Orlando over Labor Day weekend were crowded.
Experts said big Labor Day weekend crowds at Orlando’s theme parks were an encouraging sign, but the parks still had a long way to go before they started making money again.
Much of the longer crowds are attributed to new deals aimed at bringing Florida residents back to the parks.
Both Universal Orlando and Disney World capped visitors this weekend.
It's been a tough week for many central Florida hospitality workers.
The employees were indefinitely furloughed or permanently terminated, according to a notice filed.
Loews Hotels & Co. on Friday confirmed to FOX 35 News a reduction in its workforce at Universal Orlando Resort just two weeks after announcing the temporary closures of two hotels.
Universal Orlando's Volcano Bay is reducing its park operating days.
In addition, the theme park company is currently offering a "Buy a Day" ticket that gives visitors unlimited visits through December 24 -- for the price of a single-day ticket.
The Orlando Fire Department reportedly was able to quickly take care of the problem with a fire extinguisher though.
It wasn’t that long ago that theme parks were packed with guests before COVID-19 shut them down.
Universal Orlando is offering a new "Buy a Day" ticket that gives Florida residents unlimited visits through Dec. 24 -- for the price of a single-day ticket.
Universal Orlando Resort is currently operating with limited capacity and new safety measures.
On the ride, people reportedly go head-first on mats down four flames into catch pools.
The store gives park guests the opportunity to take home specialty, retro-themed merchandise inspired by the history of the Halloween event.
Halloween Horror Nights will not be held at Universal Orlando or Universal Studios Hollywood this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.