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Back in the early 1980s, producers of a film called "A Christmas Story" — based on a story written by author Jean Shepherd — were seeking filming locations for what was supposed to look like an Indiana steel town in the '40s. They found their answer in a home located in the Cleveland neighborhood of Tremont.
Originally built in 1895, the house underwent a serious of facelifts both before and after filming. But in 2004, San Diego-based entrepreneur Brian Jones — a longtime fan of the film — bought the home on eBay and renovated it to once again match the scenes from the movie. He used profits from his own business, which sells replicas of the movie’s iconic leg lamp, for the down payment.
This means the 1983 holiday classic has become as much a part of our city as pierogies and craft beer. It also means we all get to see the Parker family’s fictional two-story Victorian splashed across TBS on a continuous loop every Christmas.
The house still stands today and is a hugely popular year-round visitor attraction.
Relive "A Christmas Story" at Ralphie's actual house used in the film - completely restored to its movie splendor. After your walk through the house,...