Forget Revolutionary War reenactments — this is way more extreme. History buffs and Cold War fanatics will rejoice when they hear they can relive USSR military imprisonment at the Karosta Prison in Liepaja, Latvia. Serving as a penitentiary from 1900 to 1997, it was home to deserters, dissenters, rebels, and enemies of Stalin and the Soviet Army. Today, you can pay to be arrested outside the hotel and brought back for a sparse lunch in the prison canteen. And though most of the Soviet prisoners only survived this jail’s conditions for three days at most — they limit your stay to just one night of torture.