Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights Will Feature a ‘Stranger Things’ Maze

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This fall, Universal Studios will look a lot like Hawkins. That’s because the theme park has chosen Stranger Things as one of its spooky mazes for its annual Halloween Horror Nights, which opens September 14 in Orlando and Hollywood and runs through early November.

Stranger Things at Halloween Horror Nights
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This year’s maze will “faithfully follow the storyline” of Season 1 of Stranger Things, according to the Universal Orlando Resort blog. It was created with the help of series creators Matt and Ross Duffer and Shawn Levy.

The maze will take you to places like the Hawkins National Laboratory, the Byers family home (complete with Christmas lights), and, of course, the Upside Down. Through it all, you’ll be hunted by the Demogorgon. But will Barb be there? That remains to be seen.

Stranger Things isn’t the only scary theme for Halloween Horror Nights this year. There will also be a maze based on Poltergeist, where you’re taken to the Freeling family home located on top of a cemetery.

Poltergeist at Halloween Horror Nights
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There’s also a maze based on the Universal monster movie franchise, including Dracula, Frankenstein’s monster, the Bride of Frankenstein, and the Wolf Man.

And if that’s not enough, there are also mazes based on The First Purge, Halloween 4, The Walking Dead, and a serial killer clown named Hollywood Harry.

So if you love getting scared out of your mind on Halloween, you can get tickets at HalloweenHorrorNights.com. And if you don’t, you can check out the park during the day and stick to Harry Potter rides instead. No judgment.

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