A house from 'Breaking Bad' is now available on Airbnb: Here's how to book it

It's a huge week for Breaking Bad fans, who have been missing the show and all its characters. Six years after the show's finale, creator Vince Gilligan and Netflix have released a trailer for a surprise Breaking Bad movie called El Camino , which will follow Jesse Pinkman. Episode story by Jesse Pinkman. If you're ready to fully immerse yourself in all things Breaking Bad again, you're not alone - luckily, you actually can. A house from Breaking Bad is available for rent on Airbnb, so if you're a fan of the show and can make the trip to Albuquerque, New Mexico, it's a great deal.

Before you panic with excitement, let me answer the most important question: No, this is not the house in Breaking Bad where Walter White and his family lived and threw pizza on the roof. Homes open for rent on Airbnb are from Season 5, Episode 3, "Hazard Pay." Just to jolt your memory ( it 's been a while), here's what happened at the home during the show: The owners were tenting the home and having it fumigated by a pest control team, which Walt and Jesse Pinkman thought were A perfect place to sneak in and use as a makeshift meth lab. The pair did just that, donning yellow hazmat suits and setting up a makeshift location to make the drugs, with the owners having no idea what was going on.


Dubbed Breaking Bad House 5.3 on Airbnb, the house is located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, just about a half-hour drive from other Breaking Bad hot spots like the White House and Jesse's house wait. If you want to take a Breaking Bad tour in New Mexico, this is the best place to book it.

It also has enough space to accommodate a group of guests and some great features to make your stay even more fun. There are four bedrooms, 12 beds (the page says it can sleep 17), three bathrooms, a grill with an outdoor patio and fire pit, and a pool table. Maybe the best part? Only $259 per night. It's a pretty good deal for a house this big, and you can comfortably accommodate up to 17 people, which means you can spread the price out so it costs next to nothing. Plus, whether you're interested in Breaking Bad or not, New Mexico is a state well worth visiting.


The company clearly takes its connection to Breaking Bad seriously. In photos on the Airbnb website, you can see gig posters hanging on the walls and people wearing yellow hazmat suits and Vamanos Pests hanging on couches. 10/10 Would recommend doing this as a guest, especially since the suits offer the best photo opportunities.

If you're interested in renting a house for a few nights, you can check out the Airbnb page , which currently has plenty of vacancies. Happy vacation planning!