The Walking Dead Maze at Universal Studios Hollywood
I love this Walking Dead attraction! I have been through this maze 2 times before. The first time was at Horror nights in 2017 and the second was at Horror Nights in 2018. I absolutely love the features in this maze from Season 1– it really has the feel of being in a hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. Also, there’s the Bicycle lady, and they have the doors from the hospital where Rick woke up saying: “DON’T OPEN, DEAD INSIDE”.
Ever since Season 2 aired, I have been addicted to the show. My ex-boyfriend, Jimmy, got me into the show when we first started dating. The first time I saw it was at Jimmy’s friend’s house in Anaheim, California, and from then on, I was hooked. Every Sunday night was all about The Walking Dead. I immediately found the first season on Netflix– I had to order the DVDs and get them mailed to me. As soon as I got them, I binge watched every episode in that season back to back and was thirsty for more.
Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood has a series of haunted mazes for Halloween, and one year the theme was The Walking Dead. They had the Terror Tram and a maze, where there were Zombies with face molds from actual zombies that were filmed on The Walking Dead. This was the first Walking Dead attraction I’ve been to, and I had to go see more attractions!
Fear the Walking Dead Attraction at Fremont Street in Las Vegas, Nevada
After visiting Universal and loving The Walking Dead attraction there, I was super excited to visit the maze on Fremont street for Fear the Walking Dead. My mom has a house in Henderson, Nevada, so I went to visit her and connect with a few friends I made when I lived in Vegas. I went with a friend when they first opened– I believe it was one weekend after the grand opening– tickets were only $26!
While waiting to get into the maze there was an actor dressed up like he was in the Military. He warned us about this virus, which was very entertaining.