How you can spend the night in the Addams Family mansion

New York town house has been converted into the spooky, ooky family’s house

You Can Spend Halloween in the 'Addams Family' Mansion . To celebrate the release of the 'The Addams Family' animated movie, is offering fans a chance to stay in a version of the famed family mansion. In honor of the newest animated 'Addams Family' feature film debuting on October 11th, invites you to book a real life replica of the iconic Halloween family’s home for the ultimate creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky, all together ooky experience, via The 3,700 square

It’s creepy, and it’s kooky, mysterious and spooky. It’s altogether ooky, the Addams Family mansion.

And you can spend the night in it. (snap, snap)

Actually, it’s a replica home created by, but it contains all the best qualities of the show’s mansion. The special availability is in honor of the new animated film “The Addams Family.”

Be sure to feed Morticia's plants.

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"Guests will be able to tinker with machines in Pugsley's Room, play with Wednesday's beheaded doll in the living room, and even care for some of Morticia's carnivorous plants. Decorated in true Addams Family fashion, there are vases of just rose stems, and yes, Lurch's famous "you rang" bell," the reservation site states.

And don’t be spooked if you see Thing exploring the three bedroom, 3,700-square-foot townhouse in New York’s Clinton Hill Brooklyn area.

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Your stay includes snacks, a screening of the feature film, branded amenities and more, the website states.

But don’t expect to be able to have a Halloween party there. The fine print not only states the property won’t accommodate parties, it also says there is no alcohol allowed and noise must be kept to a minimum.

The Addams Family mansion is available for $101.10 per night, in honor of the movie’s release Oct. 11. Bookings open Oct. 28 at noon EST, with four exclusive overnight stays occurring each night from Oct. 29 until Nov. 1.

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