‘The Office’ Fans Can Pull an All-Nighter at a Lifelike Replica of the Sitcom Set for Just $20.05

Two sets of The Workplace fans will be offered the opportunity to pull a dusk ’til dawn affair at an intuitive two-story experience devoted to the darling sitcom in Washington, D.C., and in the expressions of Michael Scott: “Early worm gets the worm!”

To book a stay, hopefuls can sign on to Booking.com starting Nov. 16 around early afternoon ET. Dusk ’til dawn affair encounters will be accessible for $20.05 per couple — the cost is intelligent of when The Workplace debuted in the U.S. in 2005 — on one or the other Nov. 19 or Nov. 20. Reservations are on a first-come, first-served premise.


To remain at the similar entertainment of Dunder Mifflin Paper Organization, nearby facilities at a Booking.com property will be accessible. The fortunate explorers will likewise be treated with considerably more than simply a valuable chance to step inside Dunder Mifflin, complete with Pam’s work area, Michael’s office and Ryan’s storage room.

There will likewise be a scrounger chase, Stanley-roused crossword baffles, a “Dunder Ball” at The Workplace Olympics, and a confidential directed visit through The Workplace experience as well as supper at a close by D.C. café.

The experience was made in meeting with The Workplace’s maker, Greg Daniels, and will be open through Jan. 16, 2023, at the Woodies Working for the people who don’t score the $20.05 offer.

The Workplace broadcasted on NBC from 2005 to 2013 and helped highlighted a cast that included Jenna Fischer, Angela Kinsey, Steve Carell, B.J. Novak, Mindy Kaling, Rainn Wilson, Ed Rudders, Craig Robinson and Ellie Kemper.

Indeed, even almost 10 years after its run, the sitcom keeps on being deified by fans. Lego made a 1,164-piece Place of business unit that hit Walmart stores on Oct. 1 and highlights an imitation of the Scranton, Pennsylvania, workplaces of Dunder Mifflin, including Michael’s confidential office and the lounge.

The Workplace additionally right now exists in melodic structure through an Off-Broadway spoof show suitably named The Workplace! A Melodic Spoof at the Jerry Orbach Theater in New York.