For a limited time, the Addams Family Mansion is available for guests to stay in, in honor of the spooky holiday of Halloween. This isn’t the original mansion from the films, however, as that particular residence is now a museum.
Instead, this is a replica. The replica mansion has been put together by Booking.com as a tie-in with the new animated Addams Family film, and to commemorate the season.
The replica Addams Family mansion will be open from October 29 through November 1, and up to four guests can stay in the home each night. The stay isn’t terribly expensive, either: it only runs $101.10 per person!
The only catch is that you have to travel out to Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, where the replica mansion stands.
“The Living Room, Dining Room, Pugsley’s Room, Wednesday’s Room and the Master Bedroom will all be adorned in replicas themed on the animated film,” says a spokesperson for Booking.com. The spokesperson explained that guests will be able to feed Morticia’s carnivorous plants, as well as numerous other movie-themed activities.
“Guests will be able to tinker with machines in Pugsley’s Room, play with Wednesday’s beheaded doll in the living room,” the spokesperson says. “Guests will even find Lurch’s famous ‘you rang’ bell.” Booking has also warned guests to be on the lookout for Thing, who could be making an appearance at some point during their visit.
The replica Addams Family Mansion actually sports some nice amenities for a novelty stay. There’s a king bed, a queen bed and a twin bed across the three bedrooms. Those are the Master Bedroom, Wednesday’s Room and Pugsley Room, for the curious.
As for the home itself, it’s quite a unique piece of architecture itself. The 19th Century townhouse in Clinton Hill has a ton of character, and is a whopping 3,700 square feet. The Clinton Hill neighborhood was chosen by Booking due to its “character,” according to the site’s spokesperson.
The spokesperson went on to promise that the manor would offer the “ultimate creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky, all together ooky experience.”