This Holiday Season, Book a One-Night Stay at the ‘Home Alone’ House in Winnetka for Just $25

Even 31 years after its release, “Home Alone” remains a beloved Christmas classic, and it is simply impossible to separate the film from the iconic house, located right in Winnetka, where all of Kevin’s mischief takes place. 

To celebrate the release of the new film “Home Sweet Home Alone” on Disney+, the “Home Alone” house will be available to rent for a one-night stay on Airbnb for just $25. No this is not a drill. $25! While the McCallisters are off enjoying their winter vacation, four lucky guests will be able to relive some of the most iconic scenes from the film.

Home Alone House Photo Wall, Photo by Sarah Crowley

According to the Airbnb listing, during their stay, guests can look forward to a house decorated to the max for the holiday season, setting booby traps, and most importantly, ​​an ample supply of aftershave and mirrors to scream into. 

Photo by Sarah Crowley

Guests will also receive an exclusive viewing of “Home Sweet Home Alone” and a LEGO Ideas Home Alone set to take and build at home—a perfect reminder of this unforgettable trip down memory lane. 

To make this deal even sweeter, in honor of the first-ever stay at the McCallister home, Airbnb will make a one-time donation to Chicago’s La Rabida Children’s Hospital, which is dedicated to maintaining and improving the quality of life for each of its patients with complex conditions, disabilities, and chronic illness.

Photo by Sarah Crowley

Interested? Requests to book this stay begin on Tuesday, Dec. 7 at 1 p.m. CT at Airbnb.

And if you’re still in need of any further convincing, check out a few more of our favorite looks inside. 

The Bedroom

Photo by Sarah Crowley

This festive bedroom is the perfect spot for late-night movie watching. Just don’t forget the ice cream! 

Time for Dinner 

Photo by Sarah Crowley

After hours of battle planning, it’s time for dinner! Enjoy some ‘90s food favorites, including a candlelit dinner of microwavable macaroni & cheese.

Watch Out for the Paint!

Photo by Sarah Crowley

As you make your way up the staircase, make sure to steer clear of dripping paint!

The Living Room 

Photo by Sarah Crowley

This living room is the epitome of festive and cozy. Cuddle up next to the tree and don’t forget to check your stocking!

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Melissa Perry is a senior journalism and international studies major from Northwestern University. Raised in Mt. Sterling, Illinois, Melissa is a proud Midwest girl through and through with a lifelong love for dance and the arts!

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