By now you've surely made your way through the entire third season of Stranger Things—maybe even more than once. So we understand if you're feeling a little lost without your Hawkins fix. But for the most adventurous Stranger Things superfans, taking a trip to Georgia (where the series is filmed) could prove to be more exciting than any bizarre Reddit fan theory.

Besides the real-life Starcourt Mall (which you can shop at), you can now visit Jim Hopper's actual cabin … with a twist. As PopBuzz reports, the location has been turned into a Stranger Things-themed escape room. That's right: If you head to Sleepy Hollow Farm in Powder Springs, Georgia, you can live like Hopper and Eleven in their charmingly shabby home.

It doesn't look like you'll be battling the Demogorgon or any other supernatural threats, but according to the Escape Woods website, visitors will have to "decipher clues, unlock doors, and solve the mystery" in their themed adventure.

To check out the game and purchase tickets, head here.