Netflix has confirmed that an immersive multimedia experience inspired by the hit show will land in the capital this summer, taking guests back to 1986 as they explore some of Stranger Things’ most iconic locations, as well as the supernatural realm that lies beneath.
Contestants are immersed in a haunted parallel universe and – according to an original storyline developed by the show’s creators – they must try to escape back to the safety of Hawkins, Indiana.
Once they reappear, guests can explore Mix-Tape, a location that recreates some of the program’s best-known spots, from Scoops Ahoy, which serves USS Butterscotch sundaes, to the Palace Arcade, where gamers can try and score the highest score. of MADMAX.
A Stranger Things-themed bar offers cocktails while real-life characters from the show roam the area. There will also be exclusive merchandise for sale.
“We know our Stranger Things fans will seize the opportunity to be the heroes of the story, teaming up with Eleven, Mike and the rest of the gang to fight the evil that threatens to consume Hawkins,” said Greg. Lombardo, Head of Experiences at Netflix. “Fans love to lose themselves in the world when they watch the show. Now they can experience an episode of the series in real life for the first time.”
The immersive experience lasts approximately 45 minutes, with unlimited time in Mix-Tape. Exact locations and dates have yet to be confirmed, but tickets go on sale on May 12, with prices starting at £39. go to aliens-experience.com For more information. It previously received some acclaim in both New York and Los Angeles.
The show is a sequel to Secret Cinema’s Stranger Things experience, which landed in London in 2019. This new event is a collaboration between Netflix and discovery platform Fever.
Volume One of the fourth season of Stranger Things comes to Netflix on May 27.