Calling all “A Christmas Story” fans! The house featured in the 1983 classic holiday film “A Christmas Story” is now accepting overnight guests. Sure, it’s only May, but who could resist spending the night in Ralphie or Randy’s bed? Before you sign-up, check out the Housefax Report to help you plan your stay:
- Has the house been in a fire? (cause you know, that furnace is pretty old)
- Where are the nearest schools? (so you can avoid neighborhood bully, Scut Farkus. And yes, our sources confirmed it’s Scut, not Scott…who knew?!)
- How well will your cell phone work? (you’ll need it for when you order Chinese food takeout)
The home, located in Cleveland, is currently a museum that offers tours for fans of the movie. But starting in June, you can rent out the house overnight, for up to six guests.
Guests will have access to the entire house and will be able to sleep in the actual beds used by characters Ralph and Randy in the film.
“We have had a lot of requests over the years from fans wanting to spend the night in the house” said Brian Jones, founder and owner of the house and museum. “We are happy to finally be able to grant their requests.
The overnight stay ranges in cost from $495 for June dates to $1,995 for December dates. Interested? All available dates can be found here.
Here are some updated photos. We’re loving the cozy, bed and breakfast vibe. Now take a close look…can you spot the famous “leg lamp?” 🙂