Halloween Horror Nights: Stranger Things Preparation Guide
For the past two years, we’ve watched our favorite residents of Hawkins, Indiana conquer bullies, first love, and demons beyond their wildest nightmares. It’s your turn to battle the monsters that lurk in the Upside Down in Netflix’s Stranger Things haunted house at Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights.
To prepare yourself for what you’ll experience, here are a few iconic scenes to get you hyped to visit.
The Disappearance of Will Byers
Will Byers’ life changed forever the night he encountered the Demogorgon on his bike ride home from Mike’s house.
You’ll experience the same terror Will felt as he was being hunted by the monster. Alone. In his house. In the shed. At night.
Communicating With Christmas Lights
With Joyce left to her own devices, she tries a rather…unconventional method to communicate with her lost son. Joyce hangs Christmas lights above the alphabet written on the patterned wall of her living room and desperately asks Will what she should do…
Your trip into the world of Stranger Things wouldn’t be complete without this famous scene. As the lights flash and flicker, you’ll feel the same anticipation and dread that Joyce did. It’s only a matter of time before it all breaks loose and two dimensions collide…
The Upside Down
With everyone finally on the same page—and Eleven having confirmed that Will’s alive—Hopper and Joyce team up to save the boy. They travel to the Upside Down and find Will alive, but in terrible peril.
Now it’s your turn to enter this alternate dimension. You’ll make your way through spores-filled hellscapes and fight your way past invasive vines. You won’t know who—or what—you might encounter.
Back in Hawkins, a climactic battle ensues. Does Eleven wield enough power to take out the Demogorgon once and for all? Who will survive the harrowing confrontation? Get ready to relive your favorite scenes from the first season of Stranger Things!
Are you brave enough to face the unknown terrors of Hawkins and the Upside Down? Gather your best friends and click here to purchase your tickets to Halloween Horror Nights 2018. This year’s event features more haunted houses than ever and runs on selects nights now – Nov. 3.