If you are a die-hard Indiana Jones fan, you can make a pilgrimage to this home in Antonito, Colorado.
This is the actual house that was featured in “Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade,” when Henry Jones Jr. traveled to his father’s home in Colorado.
The house he visited in the movie still stands today and has been converted into the Indiana Jones Bed and Breakfast.
The home was built in 1888 and is located in the historic San Luis Valley. The Valley is the largest alpine desert in North America and home not just to young Indy but also the famed Cumbres & Toltec Railroad.
At present day, the exterior of the house has been maintained the way it looked in the movie, while the interior has been transformed into a tribute to all things Indiana Jones.
As you can see, the yard is “naturalized” which is a good thing because hot, dry weather conditions and drought are common in this high desert region of Colorado.
Have a look inside…
The living room is just the beginning of the extensive memorabilia collection honoring the beloved adventurer.
The Indiana Jones Home has two floors with three guest rooms upstairs. There is also a sitting area, and dining room on the first floor.
In addition to the Indy artifacts, there is also a revolving display of antiques in the home.
There is a large dining area, but no kitchen is pictured on the home’s website.
Check out the guest rooms on the upper floor…
Headroom is a little cramped in this older home.
The rooms are nothing fancy but they fit with the simple, rural historic character of the home.
The best part of the decor is all the fun Indy kitsch that the owners have collected and displayed.
Step back in time and cinematic history in this fun tribute home.