Would you spend a night in these out-of-this-world stays?
On 20 July 1969, the Eagle module from Apollo 11 landed at Tranquility Base. Hours later, Neil Armstrong made history by becoming the first person to walk on the moon.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, five Airbnb hosts with homes that look like they belong on the moon have offered their stay for a limited selection of dates occurring throughout August, September, October, and November.
From a replica of a spaceship to a flying saucer, these “interstellar” homes are sure to transport you to the galaxy and beyond.
Pukaki, New Zealand: Apollo 11 Spaceship
Ready for takeoff? Here is your chance to stay in a once in a lifetime spaceship modeled after Apollo 11. To boot, the host, Peter, built this capsule from scratch.
You can thank your lucky stars this house has all the necessities, plus you can lie in bed at night and peer through the window above- stargazing and imagining you’re flying through space.
Take in the beauty when the sun sets and during the day enjoy a hike near Mount Cook.
Twentynine Palms, California: Architect’s Off-Grid Stargazing
Houston, we have no problems here. Pairing art and science beautifully, this home acts as a gateway to the galaxy.
The private escape boasts solar lights illuminating the driveway to the stylish cabin and the bedroom doubles as magical stargazing portal- perfect for viewing meteor showers.
You will surely leave starry-eyed.
Redberth, UK: UFO Futuro Styled Flying Saucer
It is a bird, it is a plane, no it is a flying saucer!
Take note of how other lifeforms travel through space and sleep in this replica spaceship equipped with beds, a dining area, and even gaming classics for entertainment.
This unique stay will be sure to be out of this world.
Joshua Tree, California: Moon Camp: A Joshua Retreat
Travelers who fancy an off-the-grid stay will love this moon-like retreat.
Enjoy the abundant amenities such as a gym, hammock, fire pit and grill while you gaze at the twinkling constellations.
Fit for relaxation, exploration, and innovation, this home is also self-sustaining — powered entirely by solar panels — your adventure awaits.
Scotland, UK: Unique and Secluded Airship
Located on a picturesque island, this spacious airship is a work of art.
This sustainable getaway has all the amenities you could hope for — from an espresso machine to an indoor fireplace.
Grab a cozy blanket and unwind on the deck spotting the Big Dipper or Orion’s Belt — you will feel like you’re on another planet.