The Upside Down has made its way to a quiet street in North Providence, where a father/daughter duo built an incredible Halloween display to show their love for the hit Netflix series, Stranger Things.

The building process began in the summer, and now with Halloween around the corner, Steven Simoneau’s yard at 32 Benjamin Drive, North Providence is getting a lot of buzz.

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Steven Simoneau and his 11-year-old daughter, Isabella, began constructing their very own Stranger Things universe back in June.

“It took about five hours every night,” said Simoneau to Michael and Maddie. “Bonding with my daughter was the best part of the whole experience.”

Every inch of the Simoneau’s front yard has been transformed. From a levitating Max Mayfield to a giant Mind Flayer perched on the roof, Steven and Isabella thought of everything.

And virtually everything in their set was handmade.

Simoneau has a background in set design and prop making, and he was able to create the iconic Strangers Things characters with materials around the house.

Outlets as far as Australia have heard about Simoneau’s setup, and the feedback from the neighborhood has been great.

“Everyone seems to love it, there are cars parked outside all night long,” he said.

If you want to see the house for yourself, just follow the signs on Mineral Spring Avenue that read, “Stranger Things House This Way.”’

In the meantime, keep scrolling to get a glimpse of the Upside Down coming to life on Benjamin Street in North Providence.

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