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'Stranger Things' themed Airbnb in Lukiškės Prison
Photograph: Olga Posaskova / Go Vilnius

You can stay in the prison where they filmed the new season of ‘Stranger Things’

Lukiškės Prison in Vilnius is offering a dream rental for die-hard fans of the hit Netflix show

Ed Cunningham
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Are you just a little bit into Stranger Things? Well, here’s a rental that’ll blow your mind. A prison where they filmed some of the show’s upcoming fourth season has been turned into an incredible Stranger Things-themed Airbnb.

The century-old Lukiškės Prison in Vilnius, Lithuania, serves as an appropriately cold and severe setting for the fourth (apparently darker and creepier) season of the hit Netflix series.

But if you’re worried that the Airbnb is as austere as the prison the Lukiškės represents in Stranger Things, fear not. The cell you’ll be staying in is kitted out with lots of home comforts – including plenty of ST-themed décor like 1980s-style furniture and the first season’s famed coloured fairy lights. Considering it is, y’know, a prison cell, the place is pretty damn swanky. 

And the actual room isn’t everything this Airbnb has to offer. The rental also includes a tour of the prison, as well as visits to the exact filming spots used in the show. Here are a few photos of Lukiškės Prison and the themed rental.

'Stranger Things' themed Airbnb in Lukiškės Prison
Photograph: Olga Posaskova / Go Vilnius
'Stranger Things' themed Airbnb in Lukiškės Prison
Photograph: Olga Posaskova / Go Vilnius
'Stranger Things' themed Airbnb in Lukiškės Prison
Photograph: Saulius Ziura

The prison only ceased functioning as an actual prison in 2019, so it retains quite a severe vibe – to say the least. These days, however, it’s known as Lukiškės Prison 2.0 and is an arts and culture venue. 

If you’re interested in staying in the Airbnb, you can check availability and find out more here.

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