The house and museum, which are both open year-round, have an interesting story. In 2004, Brian Jones bought the house on eBay for $150,000 and spent an additional $240,000 on restorations to bring it back to its original movie look. The A Christmas Story House & Museum opened on November 25, 2006, and since then, both sites receive roughly 50,000 visitors per year. PewDiePie Pulls $50,000 Pledge to Anti-Hate Group After Fan BacklashPolice Arrest Dutch YouTubers for Trespassing Area 51 Site Watching A Christmas Story on TV is great, but actually staying at the Parker family residence is another story.If you’re a die-hard fan of this classic holiday flick, you can visit the A Christmas Story House & Museum in Cleveland. You can even spend the night at the famous home, which is probably one of the coolest experiences you can gift yourself (or someone else) this holiday season. The museum across the street also has cool A Christmas Story props on display. You’ll see Randy’s snowsuit, toys from Higbee’s window, and many behind-the-scenes pictures from the flick. There’s also a gift shop where you can stock up on bunny suits, triple dog dare ornaments, and more A Christmas Story collectible items.It might not be 1983 anymore, but the legacy of A Christmas Story and Ralphie’s childhood still lives on at this must-see landmark.Visit the A Christmas Story House & Museum website for tickets here.More on Geek.com:Top Christmas TV Episodes to Stream Right NowStay Merry With These Ugly Christmas Sweaters‘Christmas Comet’ Will Be Brightest Comet of the Year Stay on target Unlike other film-themed exhibits, the A Christmas Story house is totally interactive: You can take photos by the scandalous leg lamp with the bb-gun or walk inside the bathroom where the famous Lifebuoy soap scene took place.