Video: Curiosity Voyage Takes Us to Fictional Hawkins and ‘Stranger Things’ Corn Maze

Hawkins may not be real, but you can get a glimpse of the fictional town at Exploration Acres in Lafayette, Indiana.

Even better, you can navigate through 10 miles of paths across a 20-acre corn maze that, when viewed from the sky, features the gang from the Netflix original series, “Stranger Things”.

The maze, which is open now until Oct. 28, is the largest in Northwest Indiana and is currently in the running to earn USA Today’s Best Corn Maze.


From the unique corn maze tribute to the exact replicas of Joyce Byers’ wall of Christmas lights, Castle Byers and Sheriff Jim Hopper’s 1980 Chevy K5 Blazer, the detailed execution at Exploration Acres makes the site a must-see for all “Stranger Things” fans.

Rumor has it that Exploration Acres was even supposed to host the premiere of season three, but filming took longer than expected and the cast wanted more money (not surprising), which delayed production.

As you wait with anticipation for the third season, immerse yourself in the show by taking a trip to Exploration Acres. Get your tickets today!

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