9 theme parks I want to live in: a zany house dream come true

By on Feb 29th

I spend a good deal of time imagining what life would be like after the end of the world. You know, assuming I survive. I LOVEEEEEE all things post-apocalyptic: World War Z, On the Beach, The Road, Z for Zachariah. After I found the above photo of a restaurant in a Six Flags amusement park on Kitschy Living, I started daydreaming about what happens to a theme park after all things end. Think of the craziness of the houses we could occupy!

This is the replica of the Gol Stave Church in the Norway Pavilion of Epcot Center. This is, hands down, my favorite part of Epcot. I would live in this building in a mad second.

If you want to be my neighbors, you can fill up the rest of the Norway Pavilion buildings. Small, sure, but also adorable.

Skull Rock in Disney, 1977. I see a bedroom in the right eye, a kitchen in the left, and a badass great room looking out of the mouth.

Okay, who's taking on Spaceship Earth in Epcot?! No windows, but you get to ride a rollercoaster to the different areas of your home.

If you're a smaller-is-better sort of Homie, you'll like the Victoria Gardens section of Epcot's Canada Pavilion.

In the distopic future, YOU could live in Alps-approximation in the Disney Skyway Tram. Imagine the parties!

If you prefer a Tiki vibe, travel back in time to Disney's 1963 Tiki Room.

This is Santa's Village in California. You'd have GIANT front lawn mushrooms! Candy Cane motifs! Gingerbread dreams.

Have you seen an amusement park property you'd move into in a second? If not, don't worry: I've got more on Offbeat Home's Weird Houses Pinterest board.

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About Cat Rocketship

I was the Managing Editor of Offbeat Home for a year and a half. I have a rich Internet life and also a pretty good real life. Hobbies include D&D, Twitter, and working on making our household more self-reliant. I also draw things.