Grab your Eggos: 'Stranger Things' fans can enter the Upside Down at Universal Orlando
Posted April 3, 2018 6:06 p.m. EDT
Updated July 13, 2018 11:12 a.m. EDT
Fans of the Netflix’s hit show “Stranger Things” will get the chance to visit the Upside Down and Hawkins, Indiana during Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights this fall.
According to a post on the theme park’s official blog, the park is working closely with Netflix to create an immersive experience that will recreate some of the most iconic scenes, settings and characters from the show’s first season, set in 1983.
Visitors will navigate a maze that will “faithfully follow” the show’s storyline and experience some of the most memorable moments from the show while being hunted by the Demogorgon.
The maze is the first of nine that will be announced for Halloween Horror Nights, which runs from Sept. 14 through Nov. 3.
Tickets are available now through the Universal Orlando website.
The maze will also be featured at other Universal parks around the world, including Universal Hollywood in California.