We don’t know exactly when the next season of Stranger Things will be hitting Netflix, but all signs indicate that it won’t be until 2019. That’s a pretty long gap between seasons, as it’s been almost a year now since season two came out. If you can’t wait that long between visits to Hawkins, Universal Studios has a solution: you can visit Stranger Things in person at Halloween Horror Nights… if you dare.
For the first time a Stranger Things haunted house will be frightening guests at Halloween Horror Nights at the Universal Studios theme parks in Orlando, Hollywood and Singapore. In traditional Halloween Horror Nights fashion, these houses will be elaborate mazes fastidiously detailed to recreate some of the iconic locations from the show—from both our reality and the Upside Down. From the Byers home to the halls of Hawkins High—and, yes, to the secret labs inside Hawkins National Laboratory—you’ll be able to get spooked and scared by all manner of strange things.
To give us all a brief taste of what can be found in these haunted houses, Universal has released a short video teaser and a few photographs. If you want to go in blind, confident that the wizards who build these things will do another sterling job, you should probably stop looking at this post right now. If you still have to be sold, though, and need to know what you’d getting into before heading down to your nearest Universal theme park, maybe these glimpses will sway you. Either way, you’ll be able to check out the Stranger Things haunted house, along with several other haunted houses, at Halloween Horror Nights later this month. The event kicks off at Orlando and Hollywood on Friday, Sept. 14, and will be opening at Universal Studios Singapore on Thursday, Sept. 27.