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Stranger Things: The Experience in Atlanta for a couple more weeks

Enter the Byers’ living room, come face-to-face with a demogorgon and experience all things “Stranger Things” at Stranger Things: The Experience. It’s where the popular Netflix show comes to life. But you only have a couple of more weeks to do it. The experience leaves Atlanta on Feb. 12.

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“We are so excited to be here in Atlanta and welcome you into the world of Hawkins and ‘Stranger Things,’” Brian Schrader from Stranger Things: The Experience told’s Nelson Hicks. “We want to bring all of you into the experience where you’re going to spend 45 minutes going through those iconic sets, going through Hawkins Lab and be a part of the sleep study and see all of your favorite characters from the series.”

Stranger Things: The Experience is at Pullman Yards. There are two parts to the adventure, starting with a 45-minute immersive experience.

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“The adventure begins in Hawkins Plaza,” Schrader said. “That’s where everyone is going to realize that things are not what they seem, and they’re going to get to work with those favorite characters from the series.”

We won’t spoil the secrets inside the Hawkins Lab Sleep Study that guests experience, but volunteers will unlock superpowers, team up with the characters they’ve come to know from the show and navigate through a new Stranger Things story line.

Once the immersive experience concludes, guests find themselves in the “Mix-Tape” area.

Snap a photo with “Stranger Things” creatures, grab a shot for Instagram and Snapchat in the Byers’ living room, head to Surfer Boy Pizza for a meal before enjoying dessert from Scoops Ahoy Ice Cream Parlor. Visitors will find the Upside Bar, Palace arcade and gift shop there, too.

Tickets can be purchased online and start at $49.


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