Tour Cobb farm where ‘Stranger Things’ season 2 was filmed

Hopper’s cabin. The rotting pumpkin patch. The corn maze.

You can tour all of those spots from season 2 of “Stranger Things” filmed at Sleepy Hollow Farms, according to farm co-owner Brad Kimmel.

This weekend, tours of the Powder Springs farm will run between noon and 7 p.m. The last tickets will be sold at 6:15 p.m.

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The hour-long tour costs $20 per person, according to the farm’s Facebook event

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In addition to seeing filming locations, the farm also said this: “Along the way we need you to help solve a series of clues that will ultimately help save our property and keep the evil out of our dimension.”

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And, yes, we asked: Kimmel said he doesn’t have any pictures of Will and the gang filming because he wasn’t allowed to take any photos.

The farm is located at 628 Sleepy Hollow Road, and you can buy tickets online.

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