How does staying on the set of cinematic history sound? Fans of the 1989 classic, Field of Dreams, will be delighted to hear that you can now stay the night at the century-old Lansing family farm in Dyersville, Iowa. 

Once filming for the move wrapped, the family amazingly kept everything the way it was — even the infamous baseball diamond carved into the cornfield. The site has become a tourist attraction ever since, but only recently decided to open it for overnight stays. 

Those who book a stay will be personally greeted by the movie site staff, as well as receiving their very own commemorative baseball and a copy of actor Dwier Brown’s book, If You Build It. But that's not all.

You can also have a picnic dinner on the field (complete with a bottle of wine, two wine glasses and a picnic tablecloth) and you'll get a DVD of the movie with popcorn to have while watching it.

The price for two adults is $1400 USD. For more information, or to book, check out the listing on Booking.com

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