A Christmas Story House Turned Into Museum
A Christmas Story celebrated it's 30th Anniversary and the original house, featured in the holiday classic is now a museum.
Brian Jones bought and renovated the house used in the 1983 classic into a museum. He also decorated the home like Ralphie's parents did by putting in a brown-and-white tile kitchen floor, a wide cast-iron sink in the kitchen, a claw-foot bathtub and, of course, a leg lamp in the window.
The home is open for tours year round. See original props and costumes from the movie and hundreds of rare behind the scenes photos. You can learn more at AChristmasStoryHouse.com. There's even a gift shop if you want to go home with your own bunny suit, leg lamp or Red Ryder BB gun. Just don't shoot your eye out. You can also shop online.
An auction is also being held to spend Christmas in the Christmas Story house. The bid is already over $3000.