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The Home Alone house is on Airbnb, and yes, it comes with a tarantula

December 2, 2021, 5:00 PM UTC

Kevin McCallister had to fend for himself when his family left him Home Alone. You, however, can bring a few friends.

The mansion that the McCallisters called home in the 1990 hit movie is going to be listed on Airbnb for one night only. Booking for the house, located in Winnetka, Ill., opens on Dec. 7 at 2:00 p.m. ET—and is likely to be frenetic.

Whoever manages to make it to the front of the line and confirm the reservation will have to pay their own way to Chicago for a Dec. 12 stay. The listing, offered by “Buzz” (Kevin’s older brother in the film), promises guests a chance to relive the holiday favorite, minus those pesky, bumbling burglars.

“We’re playing by my little bro’s rules, so feel free to eat junk food, watch rubbish on TV, borrow my dad’s aftershave and choose your own adventure with a legendary battle plan as a guide,” Buzz writes in the description. “Just stay out of my room, okay?”

The guests won’t have to worry about dinner, as the stay includes both Chicago pizza and Kraft Macaroni & Cheese. They’ll get to meet Buzz’s tarantula. And they’ll take a Lego Ideas Home Alone set home with them as a souvenir.

While they won’t have to deal with the Wet Bandits, that doesn’t mean they won’t get the chance to fortify the house Kevin McCallister-style.

“Guests will enjoy a cozy holiday scene with a perfectly trimmed tree included, booby traps galore (but don’t worry—you’ll be setting them, not sidestepping them!),” the company said in an Instagram post.

The listing is, of course, a corporate promotion. Disney’s Home Sweet Home Alone, now streaming on Disney+, is prominently mentioned in the listing. While the price is not currently shown, the Washington Post reports guests will pay just $25 to spend the night. Airbnb said it will make a one-time donation that will benefit Chicago’s La Rabida Children’s Hospital.

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