A house in Florida, used in the 1990 movie "Edward Scissorhands," has been turned into a museum, and admission is free!
Fans of the film will remember the house where Peg Boggs (Dianne Wiest) and Bill Boggs (Alan Arkin) and their daughter Kim (Winona Ryder) lived, and where Edward went to stay after Peg found him living alone in a mansion.
The house near Tampa, Florida, was once a boring olive green color, but the new owners Joey Klops and his wife, have painted it a bright blue. They've also redecorated inside and named the home "Scissorland." The Klops have purchased several props from the movie and have them on display in the house.
Some of the items they have for you to see in the house include an original Edward Scissorhands costume worn by Johnny Depp in the movie, also a pair of those crazy scissor hands that Edward used to carve up the shrubbery into a dinosaur shape! The outside of the house has some interesting landscaping of it's own, including some tall, twisty bushes around the house. The family says they are always on the lookout for new props to add to their collection.
They are offering tours of the house for free, just so long as you promise to be respectful of the property and the neighborhood.