‘A Christmas Story’ House is Now a Year Round Museum
'A Christmas Story' is undoubtedly one of my favorite Christmas movies of all time. I mean who can resist Ralphie, the Red Rider bee bee gun or the leg lamp. All classic as far as I'm concerned. Now you can visit the actual 'A Christmas Story' house year round.
Brian Jones has turned the house used in the movie into a museum. He paid $500,000 for it and renovated it with new windows, new siding and a fresh coat of green and yellow paint to match its decor in the movie. Brian 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.
So the next time you visit the Cleveland area make sure you visit the 'A Christmas Story' museum.