through a narrow twisted corridor of red roots you enter the world upside down (reverse, in English) of the fantastic series Stranger Things, a unique experience that the Netflix platform wanted to recreate in New York as an appetizer for the start of the fourth season, scheduled for May 27,
“The best place to experience is definitely the world upside down. If you haven’t seen the world upside down yet, where you come through a crackIt’s quite impressive, especially with the special effects and the technology they used,” says tour general manager George Anthony Agabuya.
visitor as hero
Before season four, the guys from Stranger Things put together an immersive experience in New York. photo ef
Set in an industrial building at the old New York shipyard in the Brooklyn district, Experience reconstructs the entrance and interior of the infamous “National Laboratory,” where a sign welcomes Hawkins’ fictional town, “America’s Best Small Town”Where the plot of the series is set in the eighties of the last century.
visitors This should be done away with by the so called staff of the labWhere the series investigates the supernatural powers of some children like Eleven.
In an immersive experience, participants can let themselves be carried away by the plot that moves them from room to room in the guided laboratory. Villain Doctor Martin BrennerOn the one hand, by the children, who are the protagonists of the series, and on the other, by those who address the public through a grid, glass or television screen of a closed circuit.
in little half hour adventureWhere laboratories test the mental capacity of the visitor, they also have a special weight Creepy DemogorgonThe humanoid creature whose head opens like a jagged carnivorous plant and threatens to destroy the world from the parallel universe where it rules.
“I loved it, the honest dialogue and all the technology was great,” says 21-year-old Kelsey, who declares herself a fan of the series and especially the character Eleven, the heroine with supernatural powers.
“What I really liked is turning upside down through the portal of the world and seeing the trees, it was really cool,” he settled.
Stranger Things fans have breakfast in New York ahead of the fourth season. photo ef
happy ending with food and merchandise
After defeating and shutting down a parallel reality that threatens to swallow up the real world of the series, the interactive journey leads to a square where Legendary Ice Cream Parlor “Scoops Ahoy” In which the characters Steve Harrington and Robin Buckley act, and the waiters always dress up as sailors.
Easy Photo also provides a space designed for visitors Jonathan’s Room Decor PiecesWhere his mother created an alphabet with light bulbs so that he could communicate with her when ingested by parallel reality.
But there is also a telephone box, old arcade games such as the “Palace Arcade”, boombox and all kinds of objects and food reminiscent of the eighties.
Of course, there’s no shortage of retro design T-shirts with characters or series titles, vinyl records with Demogorgon’s stuffed animals or Hawkins soundtracks.
And of course, a cocktail bar called “The Upside” where anyone who wants can have the worst drink in the world upside down—$16 each—with names that frustrate even the most fanatics. Don’t do things like “Demogorgon” or “Upside Down”
Images of Millie Bobby Brown’s character Eleven in an immersive sample of Stranger Things. photo ef
A fleeting snapshot of the fourth season
The fourth and final season of the series will start from May 27. Will take place before the world premiere in New York on the 21stAnd the interactive experience wanted to show some glimpse of the scenarios that would appear in the new chapters.
“The fourth season is coming out later this month, and if you take a look inside the area We have a few things to announce, We also have the Hellfire Club (Hellfire), The Surfer Boy Pizza Stand and the Rink-O-Mania skating rink, which are new elements of the fourth season,” said Agabuya, who did not want to give more details.
Pricing for the immersive experience, which will be open in New York through July 31 and also travel to San Francisco and London, starts at $54 per person,
Source: EFE / Jorge Fuentelsazzi
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