You Can Actually Visit These Stranger Things Set Locations In Atlanta
It's your mini stay-cay back to the '80s
The moment we have all been waiting for has finally arrived. Season 3 of Stranger Things is premiering this July 4th on Netflix and what better way to celebrate than by binge-watching the riveting Atlanta-based Sci-fi show? Strangely enough, the Stranger Things set locations in Atlanta are pretty easy to find, and you can check them out yourself.
It's crazy to think that we have basically co-existed with Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven), Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin) and Winona Ryder (Joyce). They have filmed in countless locations in Atlanta and surrounding areas, so you can practically breathe the same air they've breathed. You can take yourself on a tour around town to visit these super awesome locations and get an inside look at what it's like to be on set of Stranger Things.
The fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana, where the show takes place, has come to fruition about 50-miles outside the city in a town called Jackson. However, there are lots of locations. From Stone Mountain Park to Gwinnett Place Mall, the cast of Stranger Things has been all over the Metro Atlanta area. Check out the set locations from all three seasons of the show.
Bradley's Big Guy
Bradley's Big Guy is the iconic supermarket where you can catch Eleven stealing Eggo waffles in Season 1. This is located at Piggly Wiggly in Palmetto, GA, about 30 miles outside the city.
Address: 506 Center St., Palmetto, GA 30268
This beautiful quarry is a site to see on it's own, but it makes it even more special that the Stranger Things cast filmed multiple scenes here. This is where Will's body was found in Season 1. You can check out this spot right in the city.
Address: Chappell Road Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30318
Patrick Henry High School
This cute little middle school in Stockbridge is the set for Hawkins Middle School, where you can catch all the kiddos (well, teens now) brewing up trouble.
Address: 109 South Lee Street, Stockbridge, GA 30281
Stone Mountain Park
One of the most famous landmarks in the U.S. lies here in ATL and the ST cast has stepped foot in this park to use the woods and train tracks for filming in seasons 1 and 2. They likely filmed here for Season 3 as well. While you're here, you may as well make a day of it and explore the park or hike to the top of Stone. Address: 1000 Robert E Lee Blvd, Stone Mountain, GA 30083
Gwinnett Place Mall
Quite a bit of filming for season 3 took place at Gwinnett Place Mall, where you can spot Scoops Ahoy Ice Cream Parlor in the show. The producers revamped stores like Gap and Radioshack to align with the show's '80s theme.
Address: 2100 Pleasant Hill Rd, Duluth, GA 30096
Sleepy Hollow Farm
True to its name, Sleepy Hollow Farm is where you'll find Hopper's creepy cabin! The farm, which is a Christmas Tree Farm in the winter, is located in Powder Springs, GA.
Address: 628 Sleepy Hollow Rd, Powder Springs, GA 30127
This super retro arcade in the show is actually a vacant spot that used to be a laundromat. located in Douglas County, it totally fits the '80s vibes and is a cool place to take vibrant pics! Do it for the 'gram. Address: 8415 Campbellton St, Douglasville, GA 30134
Located in Stockbridge, this super dive-y billiard joint, Smokin' Cues, was transformed into the Hideaway Bar from seasons 1 and 2. Stay tuned to see if it returns in season 3.
Address: 112 North Berry Street, Stockbridge, GA 30281
The Benny's Burgers we've all secretly wanted to try is actually, Tiffany's Kitchen, a hidden comfort food diner in Lithia Springs. This is where we saw Eleven stealing fries when she was first introduced in season 1. A kid's gotta eat.
Address: 7413 Lee Rd, Lithia Springs, GA 30122
Stranger Things Set Locations
Address: Various locations in and around Atlanta
Why you need to go: It's a mini summer roadtrip and roadtrips are fun. Will be an exciting adventure to explore the locations of one of your favorite Netflix Originals.