2 Chainz has remodeled his Pink Trap House for the holiday season.

The Atlanta rapper recently opened the Trap Wonderland, a “family-friendly” attraction featuring a new pink trap house with Christmas lights and other figurines to put you in the holiday spirit.

11 Alive reports that the Trap Wonderland opened a day after Thanksgiving and it's already attracting visitors from neighboring states.

Darren Guntrip from Winston-Salem, N.C., commuted to Atlanta for Thanksgiving, but once his family heard about the return of The Pink Trap House they had to check it out. “It goes to show the camaraderie, the family and the bringing together,” Guntrip told the news station.

Another fan, Andres Blake, drove six hours from Fayetteville, N.C., just to capture a selfie of himself in front of the house. “It’s dope that it’s here now,” Blake told 11 Alive. “Can’t wait to pull up one time and see 2 Chainz.”

We must mention that The Trap Wonderland is not at the same location where the original Pink Trap House was built. If you recall, the house became a popular tourist's attraction and it drew ire from nearby business owners who said the house was a nuisance. Eventually, the house was turned into a free HIV testing clinic.

The Trap Wonderland attraction is now located at Street Execs Studios at 1740 Defoor Place in Atlanta. It will be open for five weeks and will close at the end of December.