The mystery is over. For years, guests at our revered ballfield with its regal crown of corn have asked to tour the beautiful white, clapboard home that served as the setting for many scenes in the “Field of Dreams” movie. Restored to resemble the movie set, the first floor of this iconic 1906 farm house is now open to the public for live, guided 30-minute tours. Space is limited to 10 people per tour to maximize your time for questions and photographs, so call early to schedule your tour!
Our tour guide will share stories about the home from its early days as the Lansing family homestead to its rebirth as the set for the Kinsella family in the 1989 fantasy classic. Just like playing on the baseball field, touring the Farm House Tour will help you step back in time to take your place as a cast member in the film! Call 888-875-8404 to reserve your timed ticket at least 24 hours in advance. Some walk-up tour slots may be available upon request.