Universal Studios' Stranger Things Haunted House Photos Will Turn Your World Upside Down

There will be no new episodes of Stranger Things this Halloween, but there's another way to visit Hawkins, Indiana, this year.

Universal Studios' annual Halloween Horror Nights event is bringing Stranger Things-themed haunted houses to its locations in Orlando, Hollywood and Singapore. The first photos were unveiled Sept. 5, and they look amazing.

All three parks will have mazes that incorporate "iconic scenes, characters and environments" from Stranger Things Season 1, according to Universal Studios. Visitors will get to venture into the Upside Down, Hawkins Lab and Will Byers' fort, among other recognizable settings. Basically, it sounds like a thrilling dream come true for fans.

Universal Studios' Stranger Things haunted house

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The Byers' living room is ready to talk to the Upside Down.

Universal Studios' Stranger Things haunted house

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The halls of Hawkins Middle School look harmless enough, but it gets spookier.

Universal Studios' Stranger Things haunted house

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Uh-oh! There's something amiss in this bedroom.

Universal Studios' Stranger Things haunted house

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The Upside Down version of Castle Byers is downright eerie.

Universal Studios' Stranger Things haunted house

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Eek!

Universal Studios' Stranger Things haunted house

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The infamous Hawkins National Laboratory is involved, of course.

The pictures are impressive, but in case you need a little more to set the stage for you, here's a video that Universal Studios released ahead of Halloween Horror Nights 2018. It's even creepier.

If you're able to get to Universal Studios, you'll have a chance to visit the Upside Down on select evenings between Sept. 14 and Nov. 3. Try to avoid Demogorgons.

 

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