In honor of the 30th anniversary of the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority, as well as the 30th anniversary of the holiday classic "A Christmas Story," a new window scene for the "A Christmas Story" Comes Home exhibit was unveiled.

"The ‘A Christmas Story' Comes Home exhibit has become a tradition for many families. This year, we wanted to add to the experience and offer visitors something new," said Speros A. Batistatos, president and CEO of the South Shore CVA.

The new scene, which was developed in agreement with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, was selected after surveying visitors. Social media fans and followers, as well as exhibit attendees, were able to offer their suggestions while the South Shore CVA planned which scene to develop.

"We wanted visitors to have the opportunity to get involved with the selection process. There are many scenes throughout the movie that have become family favorites," said Batistatos.

The window scene was officially unveiled to the public at the start of the exhibit on Saturday, Nov. 9. The "A Christmas Story" Comes Home exhibit will be at the Indiana Welcome Center through Sunday, Jan. 5.

For more information on the exhibit as well as a complete list of special events and holiday hours, visit


About the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority

The South Shore Convention & Visitors Authority, as the official destination marketing organization, leads and supports the visitor industry through the marketing and development of the county from convention, sports, gaming and special interest travel segments, thereby increasing economic impact, creating employment and enhancing the communities' quality of life.


About Warner Bros. Consumer Products

Warner Bros. Consumer Products, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company, is one of the leading licensing and retail merchandising organizations in the world.


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