If you grew up on “The Flintstones;” either the cartoon, the vitamins, or both; there’s a place in Mexico you can rent that resembles a house in Bedrock. According to the Mirror, the property claims to be “an exact replica” of the Flintstones’ house and is available to rent for a two-night stay. I don’t know about “exact,” but it does look like a lot of fun.
Modeled after the domicile made famous by the iconic Hanna-Barbera cartoon from the 1960s, this Flintstones house is nestled in the Mexican state of Jalisco. The property features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, a dining room, a terrace, and a fireplace. There’s also a grilling area, just in case you get a hankering for brontosaurus burgers. Overnight lodging even includes use of a working “Flintmobile.” You know, the car Fred drove to his job at the quarry.
Want to spend your next vacation living out your “modern Stone Age” fantasy? This wacky, yet realistic-looking cave house will reportedly set you back $4,000 for a two-night weekday stay or $5,000 for a two-night weekend stay. You can see photos of the house and Flintmobile HERE.
Did you know “The Flintstones” was the first animated show to air in primetime? It paved the way for The Simpsons. Keep scrolling to read about that and more firsts in TV history!