While we’re sad about Stranger Things not coming back for season 3 for another year, there are a bunch of things we can do to pass the time — such as get lost in this 10-mile corn maze inspired by the iconic Netflix series.
The brand new corn maze inspired by the show is opening in Indiana, the state where the show is set in, with 10 miles of paths altogether that form together as a mural dedicated to the show. The image features the evil Mind Flayer monster looming above a serious looking Eleven below it, with the silhouettes of Will, Dustin, Lucas, and Mike on their bikes as they are being chased by a Demogorgon.
The maze is inside Exploration Acres, a farm that runs an annual corn maze and pumpkin patch in Lafayette, Indiana and spans 20 acres. The inspiration for the design came from the farm’s co-owner Tim Fitzgerald who binged the entire series and figured other fans would love the series. With the approval from Netflix, Fitzgerald was able to make his dreams into a reality.
“[Netflix] supported Stranger Things as the design for the maze this year,” Fitzgerald told Thrillist. “They loved the idea that it is in Indiana, just like Hawkins.”
The site opens for the season on September 14, the same day that the Stranger Things attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood and Orlando are set to open. If you’re down to make the trip to Lafayette, you can get tickets to the maze here.