This Brooklyn townhouse is mysterious, spooky, and altogether ooky.

By Kelly Vaughan
October 14, 2019

If you've ever dreamed of getting to be a part of the iconic creepy and kooky family, now is your chance. Located in the historic Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, a real life replica of the Addams Family Mansion has opened to the public in honor of the new computer-animated horror movie, which was released on October 11th. In the spirit of Halloween, Booking.com listed the eerie 19th century townhouse for one-night stays and anyone can book it. The home includes a king-size bed, a queen-size bed, and a twin-size bed, and the space can accommodate up to four guests.

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The interior of the three-bedroom, 3,700 square foot home is a spitting image of the Addams Family Mansion that diehard fans will love. While you're there, play with Wednesday's beheaded doll in the living room, experiment with the weird machines in Pugsley's room, and even tend to Morticia's carnivorous plants. You'll find other recognizable items throughout the home, such as Lurch's "you rang" bell, vases of rose stems, and plenty of gothic furnishings.

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The experience also includes spooky snacks, a screening of the new feature film, and exclusive branded merchandise. Other nearby attractions in Brooklyn include Pratt Institute, Fort Green Park, and the Barclays Center.

Bookings open on Monday, October 28th at 12:00pm EST with four individual overnight stays available from October 29th through November 1st. The cost is $101.10 per night, in honor of the movie's release date. Guests can bring food and drinks; pets are not allowed.

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