The theme park will premiere multiple mazes inspired by the first season of the show (so no spoilers if you haven’t wrapped up season two) for Halloween Horror Nights, including the chance to enter Hawkins, Indiana’s chilling parallel universe, the Upside Down. The predatory Demogorgon will also be roaming about, stalking guests as they confront environments and characters from the show.
Universal is working with Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer as well as executive producer Shawn Levy to recreate the show’s scenery and storylines. Expect to walk through locales that include Hawkins National Laboratory, the Christmas-light—filled Byers home and an Upside Down woods scene that “[oozes] a shower of floating orb-like spores.”
Halloween Horror Nights kicks off at Universal Studios Hollywood on Friday, September 14; it’ll also come to Universal’s Orlando theme park at the same time, and Singapore two weeks later. Until then, check out this teaser below.