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 CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) — It’s like Christmas … in June.

“A Christmas Story” House, the iconic filming location destination in Tremont, is reopening for tours come June 11. Its museum is also reopening.

The famed home’s gift shop had previously opened to the public on May 14.

Since the coronavirus shutdown in March, Gov. Mike DeWine has slowly but surely started to let certain private and public spaces reopen. Soon, Ralphie’s Cleveland house is going to be a part of that.

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Masks are required inside all of the Christmas Story-affiliated buildings.

Tour tickets start at $15 for adults. Find out more ticketing information right here.