Obsessing over a television series and its singularly surreal world? Fans have long wished they could see such a place, in person, but visiting the show's set is not a possibility. But what if you could enter that fictional world, though, for one memorable, monster-y walk-through? That's about to become a reality for many fans of "Stranger Things," the Netflix phenom that's been whisking mavens of old-school scares to the Upside Down since the summer of 2016.
Where to find the portal to such a portal-packed place? Universal Studios Hollywood, which along with Universal Studios Orlando and Universal Studios Singapore is presenting a "Stranger Things" maze at Halloween Horror Nights, the theme park's annual fall-frightful spectacular.
Halloween Horror Nights opened on Friday, Sept. 14, and Universal has shared a look at the "Stranger Things" maze, a story-rich series of spaces that will be beyond recognizable to the millions who dig the nostalgic nail-biter.