A Christmas Story is a beloved classic holiday movie that many families watch together every single year. Now, you can visit the home where it was filmed on 11th Street in Cleveland, Ohio.
The owners bought the house in 2004 and then restored it to look like it does in the 1983 film. You can actually sleep in Ralphie's bedroom. Overnight guests get access to the third floor which has a kitchen, bathroom (Lifebuoy soap not included) and enough room for six guests.
After hours guests have free reign of all parts of the home including the recognizable living room down stairs with Ralphie's Official Red Rider 200 shot range model air rifle. Be careful of the leg lamp, though. It's fra-GEE-lay.
Across the street, there's a Christmas Story museum dedicated to the film, which features original props and memorabilia. Admission is free when you book a stay at the Christmas Story house.
The house is open for tours seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. However, you'll want to check the calendar for an exact holiday schedule. Overnight stays start at $395 and vary by length of stay and season. You could also spend Christmas Eve and Christmas Day there for $1,995. Just make sure you don't shoot your eye out.