Madame Tussauds and Intercontinental Hotel Celebrate Halloween

Guests are encouraged to get up close with characters from popular Horror films.

License Global

October 13, 2023

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Room from the Horror Overnight.
Room from the Horror Overnight. Warner Bros. Discovery

Madame Tussauds New York and the InterContinental New York Times Square will offer an overnight stay at the Warner Bros. Icons of Horror entrance, where fans can privately explore the experience and get up close with horror characters. The "room" is available on Friday, Oct. 13 and Halloween, Oct. 31.   

Guests will be treated to drinks and a three-course dinner from InterContinental's room service menu, inspired by Warner Bros, and New Line Cinema's horror films, inclduing the possessed doll, Annabelle, in a child's bedroom tea party, The Nun from "The Conjuring" Universe,  Regan from "The Exorcist" and Pennywise from "IT,"  Guest lodging in the eerie "subway station" provides a brief respite from the darkness, with comfortable accommodations, including a fully stocked mini-bar.  

The experience also includes craft cocktails inspired by the horror characters lurking next door, an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the wax figure studio, custom-cast wax hands and more. 

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