-- Did you ever want to see in person the house where Old Man Parker lit his beloved leg lamp or where Kevin McCallister outwitted the Wet Bandits?
Holiday movie fans can relive the magic by checking out the real-life locations from these Christmas classic and more.
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Miracle on 34th Street
Despite the addition of a second-story window, little Susan Walker's "dream home" from "Miracle on 34th Street" appears just as it did over 70 years ago.
Located at 24 Derby Road in Port Washington, New York, the single-family home features 7 rooms.
The 19-floor co-op building was used for exterior shots but interior shots of the apartment may have been a set.
A Christmas Story
Beware of the Bumpass' dogs.
Jones, who purchased the house in December 2004, turned it into a tourist attraction complete with a museum and gift shop open to the public.
In recent years, he has even held eBay auctions inviting people to come and stay in the house where Ralphie lived with his mom, dad and little brother Randy.
Guests have stayed overnight in the three-story, 1940s-style home complete with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a loft, a leg lamp in the window and an old fashioned radio to listen to "Little Orphan Annie."
"Scrooged" was largely filmed in New York City with interior (lobby) and exterior shots of the 38-story, 516-foot Seagram Building located at 375 Park Avenue in Manhattan.
The Family Stone
With 5 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, the 3,554 square-foot home from the "The Family Stone" still appears large enough to house a semi-awkward Christmas gathering, just as it did for the 2005 holiday film.
Built in 1860, the colonial sits at 144 Riverside Avenue, Riverside, Connecticut, and was sold in January 2008 for $4.1 million, according to Zillow.
With no up-to-date interior shots of the home, it's a wonder if Sybil Stone's (Diane Keaton) clutter-filled kitchen and worn-in, cozy living room remain as they were 10 years ago.
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
It's a Wonderful Life
George and Mary Bailey's “drafty old house" in the fictional town of "Bedford Falls" was also built as a residential set on the RKO Ranch in Encino, California, according to IMDB.
Editor's note: This article was originally published on Dec. 10, 2015, on ABC News.