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Universal Studios Is Taking Us to the Upside Down this Halloween

The theme park has partnered with Netflix to bring “Stranger Things” to life during this year’s “Halloween Horror Nights” event.
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Stranger Things fans, start booking those Singapore tickets—Universal Studios has teamed up with Netflix to take you on a journey through Hawkins and the Upside Down. From September 28 to October 31, the park will open all-new mazes inspired by the events of the sci-fi horror series’ first season.

 

Escape the menacing Hawkins Laboratory, explore the Byers home adorned with Joyce’s Christmas lights, and cover your nose as you brave the eerie Upside Down forest, which is filled with floating, orb-like spores. And get ready to run, since you never know when the Demogorgon will appear.

Tickets are already available for purchase on the Halloween Horror Nights website, so make sure to buy them before they run out. If you book early enough, you’ll get some Stranger Things swag in the bargain.

 

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