If you are looking for one of the most unique Airbnbs to stay in overnight I have found it and it's underground in a former Titan II Nuclear Missile Complex in Arkansas.

The underground earth house as it is called by host G.T. is an actual decommissioned Launch Control Center for the former Titan II Nuclear Missle Complex.

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The 3500 sq. ft silo has enough space where a whole family can hunker down and be comfortable with 2 bedrooms, and 3 baths that can accommodate up to 6 people.

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The Titan II Missile Complex silo comes complete with a spacious living area, a well-equipped stainless steel kitchen, and a home theater with surround sound on a 144” HDTV big screen with Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, and Netflix. There's even a fireplace and garden for relaxing and sipping on some wine.

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Entering this complex is like no other as you walk down a custom-made winding staircase and enter through a huge metal door 50 feet below. It almost feels like something out of a science fiction movie!

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The Titan II Missile Complex is located at Titan Ranch in Vilonia, Arkansas near the city of Conway. If you are looking for something different instead of the same old boring stay in a hotel then I recommend staying here just don't touch the big red button!

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Please visit their website for more information and to get your launch codes for an exciting and memorable Airbnb to stay in Arkansas.

About the Missile Silo

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The intercontinental ballistic missile was actively in service in 1963. Standing at 108 feet in length and with an optimal range of 9,000 miles, the Titan II was the largest and most powerful American nuclear missile for a quarter-century. There were several Titan II missile sites in Arkansas until they became decommissioned in 1987, according to the National Museum of the United States Air Force.

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Read the complete story about how the missile site was turned into a business venture for G.T. Hill.

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