Want to visit the famous house from "A Christmas Story"?
Cleveland, OH (NBC NEWS) — The Christmas season was forever changed 30 years-ago with one word: "fragile."
The hit movie "A Christmas Story" was released 30 years-ago this November.
To celebrate the anniversary, the house and museum where many scenes were filmed, is hosting a slew of events over the next few months.
Admission specials are being rolled out and a newly expanded gift shop is opening.
The highlight of the 30th anniversary celebration is "A Christmas Story" convention on Thanksgiving weekend.
Several members of the cast are expected to be there and a BB gun shooting range will be set up.
The Cleveland Indians baseball team is even getting into the spirit with a Christmas story promotion in September.
In case you haven't seen it, "A Christmas Story" tells the 1940s tale of nine-year-old Ralphie Parker who wants nothing more for Christmas than a red rider BB gun.
Despite his numerous pleas for the gift, everybody blows his desires down the tubes, even a mall Santa, by famously saying, "You'll shoot your eye out kid."