Hopper's Cabin From 'Stranger Things' Is Now an Escape Room

Production Still from Netflix Original Series, Stranger Things Season 3
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If you’re a fan of "Stanger Things" you’ve likely already binged all of season three. And, sorry to tell you this, but season 4 won’t be airing until at least 2020. But, there are a few ways you can keep the good (and scary) times going by visiting some of the real-life locations from the show. Namely, you can visit Hopper’s cabin, which has been transformed into an escape room for fans.

Hopper’s cabin in the show may be based in Hawkins, but in real life, it sits at Sleepy Hollow Farm, an adventure theme park in Powder Springs, Georgia, about 30 minutes 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.”

According to Sleepy Hollow Farm, guests can take part in the frightening escape room where they will have to “explore Hopper & Eleven's cabin, decipher clues, unlock doors, and solve the mystery before time runs out.”

The escape room experience will run at $33 per person. The entire cabin can be rented out for a private experience at $309 with a 10 person maximum.

If the escape room sounds a little too scary for your taste, but you’re still looking to see a few sights from "Stranger Things," you could always pay a visit to the Starcourt Mall instead. For season 3, the production team found a “half abandoned mall on the outskirts of Atlanta that allowed us to literally take over the entire mall, reface its outside, rebuild its innards,” executive producer Shawn Levy told Entertainment Weekly. The filming took place in the Gwinnett Place Mall, which is still open and still hosting non-demogorgon shoppers every single day.

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