This ‘Stranger Things’ House is Now Available on AirBnB in New Mexico
If you are a big Stranger Things fan, then you'll definitely want to book a trip to the Land of Enchantment immediately!
It's hard to think of a time before songs like "Running up that Hill" and characters like Eddie Munson didn't rule our lives, but here we are, six months after the release of Stranger Things 4 part two, anxiously waiting for the final season.
The newest season of Stranger Things took us to California, however, it wasn't filmed in Cali, it was actually filmed in New Mexico and now you can stay at the Byers' home in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This one right here:
This is the house Joyce, Will, Jonathan and "Jane" live in after their move to California.
Staying in the Upside Down in New Mexico will cost you a whopping $379 a night, but if you gather some other members of Hellfire, then it shouldn't be so bad; the listing does say it has accommodations for 14 guests. Here's what the house looks like in present day:
The house has five bedrooms and four bathrooms; perfect for a group to host some D&D.
The interior is, of course, modernized, but you'll totally recognize the scenes that were shot within the house immediately.
This is where the shootout scene was filmed.
And you'll get to enjoy dinner where Murray also sat with the Byers family, and Argyle.
Also, where Jonathan and Argyle were high as kites!
No Upside Down here- but it is the perfect place to stay if you're a big Stranger Things fan.
You can check out the full listing here.