A treat for all the fans Christmas Story House and Museum is a Victorian house which was a part of the Film, A Christmas Story, as Ralphie Parker’s house! Museum has some fun collections like original props and costumes from the movie among other toys like Randy’s snow suit, Higbee’s window toys and a chance to see countless behind the scenes pictures!
A Christmas Story House Travel Tips
- Free parking is available in front of the Story and house and the road adjacent to it.
Entrance Ticket Details For A Christmas Story House
- For Adults: $ 10
- Children (7-12): $ 6
- Free for children under 6 years.
- For Seniors: $ 8
A Christmas Story House Hours
- Public tours start at 10:15 AM and are conducted every half hour.
- Last tour is at 4:30 PM.
- On Sundays, tours commence at 12:15 PM.
- Museum, Gift shop and Story house will remain closed: Easter, Thanksgiving Day and all major Holidays.
How to Reach A Christmas Story House
- Bus# 81 – W 14th St & Buhrer Av and at W 14th St & Clark Av
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33.6% of people who visit Cleveland include A Christmas Story House in their plan
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32.5% of people start their A Christmas Story House visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see A Christmas Story House
91.88% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting A Christmas Story House
A Christmas Story House Reviews & Ratings
Awesome tour! Way more than I expected. The tour was fact filled and really interesting. The gift shop really impressed me. I had no idea how many items were available, it's hard to get a handle on what a huge variety of stuff they have until you see everything out on display. Veteran Owned Business is always a welcome sight on a storefront. If you're in Cleveland and you have a couple hours to spare, you gotta get out there! Everyone was so friendly and helpful.
Excellently maintained and curated. You will know all about the movie after you tour and experience all of the properties. Excellent shop. Great parking. Clean and safe. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff.
Excellent tour and tour guide, Isaiah. I was surprised that visitors are allowed walk around the house and sit on the furniture. Isaiah brought the house and the movie to life with his vast knowledge of both and with his skill at holding an audience. The house is well worth a visit if you are in Cleveland. If you are lucky, Isaiah will b eyour guide.
We watch the movie every year so it was so much fun seeing this bit of nostalgia. I will note that the movie was not filmed inside the house, but the house has been modified to look like the movie version. You can even hold the leg lamp! It was definitely worth the side trek while we were in the area for work. Oh and check out the little bar/restaurant across the street while you're there. The food is amazing.
If you are even a small fan of A Christmas Story, you should check this place out. Going on the tour with a group of fellow fans made this quite fun. I consider myself a pretty good fan of the movie, and I learned a lot. Lots of memorabilia and behind the scenes photos to look at. Lots of props from the movie. The tour lasted about 1 hour. If you haven't been there in a few years, it's even bigger now. Go check it out. Just be sure not to shoot your eye out kid!