One of Netflix’ most talked about series is coming to life this Halloween at Universal Studios Hollywood, Orlando, and Singapore. Guests will be able to join Mike, Dustin, Lucas, Will, and of course, Eleven when the “Stranger Things” maze debuts as part of “Halloween Horror Nights” this fall.
The maze is inspired by the first season of the series, and is designed exclusively to look like the parallel universe called the Upside Down, that tormented the town of Hawkins, Indiana in the show. Demogorgon, the predatory monster in “Stranger Things” will follow guests through the Upside Down as they encounter various scenes and characters from the series.
Designed in a collaborative effort by the official illustrator of the series, Kyle Lambert–and the creators Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer–the maze will represent the setting of “Stranger Things,” so accurately that guests will feel authentically immersed in the storyline. Scenes include the Hawkins National Laboratory, the home of missing Will Byers, and the creepy woods of the Upside Down.
“Halloween Horror Nights” at Universal Studios has been around for more than 25 years. This will be one of many mazes inspired by hit television shows, films, and stories that came to life.