Have you ever wanted the chance to live like a classic American writer did back in the 1930s? No, we’re not talking about time-travel.
Novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda, one of the most famous couples of the Jazz Age, lived in Montgomery, Alabama in 1931-1932 and the top floor of their home is now available to rent on Airbnb.
Zelda worked on her only novel Save Me the Waltz in the house and her husband wrote part of his novel Tender is the Night there. The couple’s daughter also lived with them in the home before she went away to boarding school.
The home is now a museum and is part of the Southern Literary Trail. The first floor of the home is the museum dedicated to the life and work of the writers, and the second floor is where tourists can stay for $150 a night in a two-bedroom apartment. Sounds like fun!