Back in October 2020, it was reported that Buffalo Bill’s house from ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ had gone up for sale.
Earlier this month, Art Director & Prop Stylist Chris Rowan purchased the three-story Princess Anne Victorian home in Perryopolis, PA for about $290,000.
But now, Rowan has revealed that he is planning to open up the home to overnight guests, special events, weddings, and guided tours.
With his experience in set design and movie props, Rowan is planning to recreate the infamous sets of Bill’s workshop from the movie and even has plans to build a replica of the iconic well.
He stated on his website that he plans to turn the home into a “cinematic destination” and provide fans with the most unique photo opportunities during their visit.
Currently, the home is not open to the public, but once it opens, you’ll be able to book your reservations or guided tours at https://buffalobillshouse.com/
A few things to know before you book are that the overnight occupancy limit is eight people. In total, the house has four bedrooms with one king, two queens, and two twin beds.
No additional guests will be allowed on the property and no sleeping bags, air mattresses, or cots are permitted. The home also does not allow pets or smoking indoors.
How about it, readers: does anyone want to spend a night in Bill’s house?
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