I was so excited to find this attraction was in Cleveland while we were visiting! We went on a Monday morning in June, thinking it wouldn't be crazy busy. There were quite a few people!!
It's an interesting exhibit if yours a fan of the movie. Otherwise, it probably won't mean much to you. It was also interesting to hear how the movie makers came to use the house, and the things that happened during and after filming. All stuff I am sure I could have found on google.
I was glad we went ahead and took the experience. The reason it gets 4 stars and not 5 is that, price-wise, it really is highway robbery. Admission is too much for what you actually get. 20 minutes in the house walking around looking at replicated movie scene props after listening to a 10 minute history that could easily be found online. Apparently, people pay it (including us), so supply and demand at work.
There are a few neighbors who charge a fee to park in their yard, however the website strongly suggests you park on the street if you can find a spot.
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