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Live out your X-Men ’97 fantasy with Airbnb’s X-Men mansion

If you’ve been watching obsessively X Men ’97As much as we would like that, you would probably also like to live at Professor X’s school. Well, now you’re in luck!

Airbnb is renting out a recreation of the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning, modeled after the throwback cartoon, and even features the severed head of a giant Sentinel.

Conservatives hate the new X Men cartoon because it’s too gay — which is why we love it — and too “woke,” but it draws millions of viewers and has quickly become one of the most popular shows on Disney+. Now Airbnb wants a piece of the pie.

The travel and technology company has renovated a hilltop mansion in Westchester County, New York, to look exactly like the school for mutants in X Men ’97, including hand-painted walls that are meant to look two-dimensional, like the animated series. You’ll also be able to explore Professor The Hollywood Reporter.

Other bedrooms are modeled after popular characters like Jubilee and Wolverine (his alarm clock even has his signature claw marks) and promise Easter eggs for X Men ’97 superfans.

Overnight guests are treated to a tour hosted by actors playing various X-Men characters; they will also make cocktails in Beast’s laboratory and receive combat training from a stuntman.

The mansion is part of Airbnb’s new “Icons” properties that make visitors feel like they are in their favorite movies and TV shows. Not only can you pay to star in the X-Mansion, but you can also stay overnight in a replica of Pixar’s home Upwards in Abiquiu, New Mexico. Unlike in the film, he is not carried along by thousands of balloons, but lifted into the air with a crane.

You can also spend the night at Prince Purple Rain home or headquarters of Inside outwhich debuts ahead of the June 2 release of Inside out 2, and experiences will also be available, such as a living room performance by singer Doja Cat or a get-together session with comedian and actor Kevin Hart. Airbnb is adding 11 experiences to its ‘Icons’ series, including stays at the Ferarri Museum in Italy (plus a circuit tour with a professional diver), the Bell Chamber of the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, and a week of travel with a tour bus with reggaeton artist Feid.

“We’re just trying to capture a decent cross-section of pop culture. But I’m especially excited about the extremes, either these imaginary worlds that no one has ever tried to bring to life before, or these things that are real but you’ve never seen before.” could access,” said Brian Chesky, CEO of Airbnb, in an interview with THR. “Most people don’t just hang out with Kevin Hart and get a 30-person comedy show from Kevin – he likes stadiums, you know – so we love bringing our imagination to life and giving you access to something that’s real but which you have never had access to before.”

These may sound like extravagant experiences that are beyond the reach of the average consumer, but you can stay in them X Men ’97 country house for $97 per night per person. Most ‘Icons’ offers are first come, first served and free or under $100.

This move isn’t surprising considering the backlash the company received when it recreated the Barbie Dreamhouse to coincide with the movie’s theatrical release and later the Home alone house.