Here’s Who To Call to Stay at the “Ghostbusters” Firehouse

published Oct 19, 2022
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If there’s something strange going on in your neighborhood, and you’re looking to get out of dodge this Halloween, then you’re going to want to act fast come October 21. Rental platform Vacasa and Sony Pictures teamed up to recreate the “Ghostbusters” firehouse headquarters (which was originally located in New York in the film) in Portland, Oregon for one lucky group of guests to stay for three nights during Halloween. 

The listing goes live on October 21 and whoever is the first to book will win the three-night reservation.

The three-story firehouse is an actual early-20th-century firehouse that has since been renovated into a two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment with a full kitchen, the Ghostbusters’ Ecto-1 Cadillac, secretary Janine Melnitz’s office space, plenty of ghost-hunting devices, and a closet packed with those iconic flight suits.

If and when you book your stay, you’ll only have to pay $19.84 per night — a price chosen to commemorate the year the original “Ghostbusters” movie, starring Bill Murray, Harold Remis, Dan Akroyd, Ernie Hudson, Rick Moranis, and Sigourney Weaver, came out. 

Booking opens on October 21 at 10 a.m. PT on Vacasa and the stay lasts from October 28 through the 31. The firehouse sleeps up to five people, so gather your ghost-busting friends and celebrate Halloween in style. And hopefully, you won’t get any late-night calls to deal with spirits or ghouls while you’re on vacation. That would be a total drag.