‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Breaks Viewing Record on Netflix

Discover the world of ‘Stranger Things’ during Atlanta tour

Tour includes filming locations for the hit Netflix show, trivia and more

Eleven and the gang might live in the fictional world of Hawkins, but real life Atlanta is where the hit Netflix series “Stranger Things” is filmed.

Now fans of the show can visit these locations during the Atlanta Upside Down Tour

The 3 ½ hour adventure presented by Atlanta Movie Tours has stops at Benny’s Burgers, Hopper’s cabin, the arcade and more. There will also be fun stories and trivia from tour guides.

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This image released by Netflix shows Priah Ferguson, center, in a scene from "Stranger Things." Ferguson, a 12-year-old Atlanta middle schooler, has given season 3 of the sci-fi, back-to-the-‘80s Netflix show a jolt of sassy electricity, playing Erica, a “My Little Pony”-obsessed, He-Man stealing, walkie-talkie intercepting little sister of Lucas, played by Caleb McLaughlin.
Photo: Netflix via AP

According to the tour’s website:

  • You’ll get proof Eleven and Kali weren’t really in Chicago in Season 2 (in case the Twitter eruption over the skyline didn’t convince you)
  • You’ll get to check out Hopper’s cabin firsthand
  • The Palace Arcade, sheriff’s station and a host of other spots will be pointed out along the way

Most tours are 9 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays beginning August 16. The cost is $75 per person, and tickets can be bought online. Atlanta Movie Tours requires attendees to check in half an hour before the tour or risk losing their spot.

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