It turns out that the Sanderson sisters’ cabin is more than simply superstition! Fans of the Hocus Pocus film series are eager to maintain the nostalgia given all the excitement surrounding the eagerly anticipated sequel.
One of the greatest ways to do so would be with a frightening trip to Rhode Island or Massachusetts, the locations for the first and second films, respectively.
But is the hideaway of the Sanderson sisters a real location? And the majority of the real-world sites utilized to film Hocus Pocus and Hocus Pocus 2 are open for visitors.
Fans of Hocus Pocus and others who enjoy the eerie season can check out Airbnb’s newest property: a replica of the Salem Hocus Pocus mansion. The cottage from the 1993 movie “The Sanderson Sisters” comes to life during the thematic one-night stay.
The lodging website will start accepting reservations for a $31 one-night stay in the spooky house in a Salem, Massachusetts woodland on October 12. The winner will travel to Salem on October 20 with one more guest for a night of Halloween mischief amidst the cottage’s exaggerated eerie decorations.
Pioneer Village in Salem, Massachusetts is where the Hocus Pocus house is situated. Pioneer Village, dubbed “America’s first living history museum,” is where the Sanderson sisters’ sinister cottage and Thackary Binx, everyone’s beloved black cat, are shown from the outside.
The village, which is ideal for history buffs, recreates what Salem’s settlers experienced in the 1600s. Despite having been constructed in 1930, the museum offers a realistic depiction of the thatched-roof cottages that people at the time resided in.