Already missing Hawkins and it’s demonized inhabitants? Now you can experience what it’s like for Eleven and her pals to escape demigorgons and skin flayers in a new escape room in Hopper’s cabin from Stranger Things.

Season four of Stranger Things is a long way away, but if you’re itching to get an up close experience with life in the Upside Down, head to Atlanta where you can experience an escape room built in Hopper’s cabin. The real life cabin where the show is filmed on location resides at Sleepy Hollow Farm, a 60-acre family farm in Powder Springs, Georgia, just half an hour outside of Atlanta.

“If you have seen ‘Stranger Things’ seasons 2 and 3, then you probably saw Hopper’s Cabin a lot. Hopper, Eleven, and their friends spent much of the seasons in the cabin,” Sleepy Hollow Farm wrote about the cabin. “Some of you may know that Hopper’s Cabin is actually located on Sleepy Hollow Farm, which is where Escape Woods is located so we have decided to turn it into an escape room adventure for all of the ‘Stranger Things’ fans out there.”

The escape room experience is priced at $33 per person or you can rent the entire cabin for up to 10 people to participate for $309. The age recommendation is 10 and up. You can book your experience here.

—Shahrzad Warkentin

Featured photo: EscapeWoods via Instagram



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