Guests can now sleep in Ralphie's bed, Christmas Story house - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Guests can now sleep in Ralphie's bed, Christmas Story house

(Source: A Christmas Story House) (Source: A Christmas Story House)
You can even stay in Ralphie and Randy's bedroom. (Source: WOIO) You can even stay in Ralphie and Randy's bedroom. (Source: WOIO)
Or hang out in the private third floor loft. (Source: WOIO) Or hang out in the private third floor loft. (Source: WOIO)
Guests get a chance to live like the Parker's for a night. (Source: WOIO) Guests get a chance to live like the Parker's for a night. (Source: WOIO)
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

Guests will now be able to spend the night in the Christmas Story house, even in Ralphie's bed!

The Christmas Story House is now available for year-round overnight stays. The home, located at 3159 West 11th Street in Cleveland, is most known for the location of the movie filming.

Guests will have a private third floor loft, which includes a bedroom, living room, full kitchen, full bath, and Ralphie and Randy's twin beds. The entire house will be made available to the guests once the museum closes at night.

The house can accommodate six guests per night, and bookings begin at $495, depending on the season. 

People stop by "A Christmas Story" House in Tremont any time of the year to experience a part of their favorite movie.

Ron Rigaud is visiting Cleveland from New Orleans.

“It looks exactly like it did in the movie,” he said laughing.

He re-lived the movie as he stopped by the house for a few photos Monday.

“Black Bart, right before he gets hit with the icicle, steps on his glasses, that's my favorite part,” Rigaud said.

He liked the idea of staying in the house, but thought it was a bit pricey.

“That’s pretty cool,” he said. “But that sounds like an arm and a leg to me!”

It’s like you stepped onto the set of "A Christmas Story” when you take a peek inside.

You’ll find every detail, big and small--  from the Christmas tree in the living room and framed photos of the family on the wall, to the bar of soap lying on the sink upstairs.

General Manager Lauren Stuble says everyone who walks inside is like a kid.

“You know it's cool because there's never a huge age barrier, the older people and younger generations have this in common. This is one of their favorite movies. This is something they can all talk about together,” she said.

If you book "A Christmas Story House,” you have free reign of the place from 6 p.m. that night to 9 a.m. the next day, since tours of the house are constantly running.

Six reservations had already been made by Monday evening. 

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