Narcos: Mexico might not just be the best season of Narcos (a tall order), but also it might have given us one of the best pop ups of the fall. How good is Narcos: Mexico (aka Narcos Season 4)? Well you’re going to have to check out our full review for that. How good was the Experience? It was something special. Taking cues from this season’s focus on the massive weed empire that was kicked off the massive drug war that we find ourselves embroiled in today, visitors were given a “weed” maze that was fully interactive. Walking through the maze found you transported to the show, showcasing a path for the cartel or the DEA. There were treats, swag, and a ton of photo ops.
Of course, the interactive experience showcases a few DEA agents to emphasize how important they were to the crackdown of the vicious Mexican cartels. This season followed the doomed Kiki Camarena, who is seen as the catalyst for the rise of the DEA and the war that has followed since. The maze took over City Vineyard, giving great views of everything from the Freedom Tower to the Hudson.