You Can Stay In the Addams Family House For a Mysterious and Spooky Evening

updated Oct 14, 2019
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If you’re looking for something extra this Halloween, might we suggest you head to Brooklyn for Booking.com’s recreation of The Addams Family mansion? That’s right, you can live just like the original fam: creepy and kooky, mysterious and spooky, all together ooky (snap snap).

Located in the Brooklyn’s historic Clinton Hill neighborhood, the 19th century townhouse has been completely redone to look just like the original. There will be everything from Wednesday’s beheaded dolls to machines in Puglsey’s room, Thing’s potential pop-outs, Morticia’s carnivorous plants, and the famous doorbell. 

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In the famous opening song to “The Addams Family,” the lyrics say that “their house is a museum,” and nothing could be more true at this 3,700 square-foot replica. Everything from the fireplace to the rugs and wallpaper are as ornate (and spooky) as can be. If you like a good scare, this is certainly for you. This isn’t your typical haunted house but an experience, complete with themed snacks, a screening of the new movie, and (likely spooky) branded amenities.

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If you’re not familiar with “The Addams Family,” there are at least 10 iterations of it dating back to the 1930s cartoon version. But this year, an animated film (featuring the voices of Charlize Theron, Oscar Isaac, Chloe Grace Moretz, Bette Midler, and Snoop Dogg, to name a few!) is hitting theaters on October 11, and you can get your fix at The Addams Family museum in honor of it. 

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Bookings are available starting on October 28 at 12pm ET, with four exclusive stays occurring each night from October 29 until November 1. The mansion costs $101.10 per night, in honor of the movie’s release on October 11, 2019. So grab your favorite friends or family to celebrate Halloween with—we hear Cousin Itt and Uncle Fester are in search of some new friends looking for a fright.