New Classic Halloween Decorations Adorn All Hallows Eve Boutique in Universal’s Islands of Adventure

New decorations have been added to All Hallows Eve Boutique at Universal’s Islands of Adventure and some of the store has been rearranged.

Guests entering the year-round Halloween store are now greeted by a stack of jack-o’-lanterns with a witch’s hat on top.

The stack is framed by wooden supports wrapped in branches of fall leaves.

The witch’s hat is striped purple and black. Halloween knick-knacks line the top of the horizontal supports featuring pumpkins, ghosts, skeletons, and black cats.

A string of witch-hat-shaped lights hangs around the entryway, offering spooky season ambiance in the way of green light.

Most of the knick knacks are more jack-o’-lanterns, but there are also ghosts, cats, and skeletons.

A new wagon is behind the stack of jack-o’-lanterns. The vintage-looking wagon is a basic wooden box and metal base design, but it definitely adds to the spooky aesthetic.

A vintage October calendar page is stuck on the back of the wagon. It appears every day is Halloween on this interestingly placed page.

Shelves on the wagon are decorated with potion bottles and other spooky materials. Bells hang from the top.

Some mugs have been placed among the weathered wares for guests to purchase.

Around the entryway are large tapestries of a skeleton and ghost, witch, scarecrow, and cat.

Moving further into the store, the centerpiece resembling a dilapidated farmhouse has been turned around. Mardi Gras merchandise is displayed on a metal set of rolling shelves.

On the other side, more knick knacks, potion supplies, candles, crates, and jack-o’-lanterns are packed into the space amidst merchandise.

A desk in the corner is below a broken window.

The Mold-A-Rama machine of Henry the Witch’s Cat has been moved against the stained glass window.

Have you visited All Hallows Eve Boutique in The Lost Continent? Let us know what you think in the comments.

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