A Christmas Story House, now restored to its movie splendor, is open year round to the public for tours. Directly across the street from the house is the official A Christmas Story House Museum, which features original props, costumes and memorabilia from the film, as well as hundreds of rare behind-the-scenes photos. Among the props and costumes are the toys from the Higbee’s window, Randy’s snowsuit, the chalkboard from Miss Shields’ classroom and the family car. After reliving A Christmas Story at Ralphie’s house don’t forget to visit the museum gift shop for your own Major Award Leg Lamp and other great movie memorabilia. You can even shop through our online gift shop here. Proceeds from the gift shop help support and maintain A Christmas Story House and Museum.
We are excited to announce that we were invited to display the Old Man’s Oldsmobile and Hohman Fire Truck at the Piston Powered Auto-Rama this weekend, March 20th-22nd at the IX Center in Cleveland, Ohio! Stop by and see these historical A Christmas Story vehicles in all their glory!
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***Open Year Round – 7 Days a Week***
(Except Major Holidays)
A Christmas Story 5K/10K Run
Saturday, December 5, 2015
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A Christmas Story House Featured on
Filmed on location at A Christmas Story House and Museum
A Christmas Story House featured on TV Guide special “The Cast of A Christmas Story: Where Are They Now”
The Easterling Family as Deranged Easter Bunnies.
A Christmas Story cast reunion around the leg lamp.
From left to right Ian Petrella (Randy), Zack Ward (Scut Farkus), Tedde Moore (Miss Shields),
Yano Anaya (Grover Dill), Dwayne McClean (Black Bart), Scott Schwartz (Flick), Patty Lafontaine (Elf), Drew Hocevear (Elf) and Jim Moralevitz (Freight Man).
A Christmas Story House in the closing scene of the movie.
The Parker Family: Mom, The Old Man, Randy and Ralphie.