The fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana is finally coming to life—in the form of Legos, that is. The toy company recently announced that it partnered with Netflix to create a Stranger Things set which will hit shelves on June 1.
The 2,287-piece set, recommended for people over the age of 16 years old, will retail for $199.99 and, when fully assembled, stands just over 12 inches tall and 17 inches wide. But what’s even more impressive is that it’s completely reversible, meaning kids can play with it either-side up. Or rather, they can play with it (and display it) Upside Down.
“This sturdy, brick-built model can flip between the real world and The Upside Down,” the description reads. “The Byers’ house features Will’s bedroom, the living room and the dining room. The Upside Down version of the house, from an alternate dimension, features all the rooms from the real-world model but with a dark, vine-covered, dilapidated look that fans will instantly recognize from the series.”
It also comes with eight mini-figures from the show: Eleven, Mike Wheeler, Lucas Sinclair, Dustin Henderson, Will Byers, Joyce Byers, Chief Jim Hopper, and the Demogorgon. And in terms of accessories, fans will love the thoughtful details from Eleven’s waffles to Hopper’s coffee mug.
And there are plenty of other things to discover, too. “The design team has created an impressive model that is not only fun to build but also offers lots of details and ‘Easter eggs’ that should delight fans of the series,” Jamie Berard, Stranger Things Design Lead at Lego, explained in a statement.
The new Stranger Things set will be available for purchase on Lego’s website, just a month before season three of the show premieres on Netflix on July 4.