If you're like many Iowans, you've played a game or two of baseball at The Field of Dreams movie site near Dyersville. Now, you can even enter the house made famous by the Kevin Costner film.

For the first time ever, the owners of the movie site will open up the home for tours. The group 'Go The Distance' announced that it would be opening up the lower level of the home for tours. That is the portion of the home that served as the backdrop for much of the 1989 hit film. It has never been open to the public before.

Although there is no charge to visit the field and corn fields on the movie site, the house tour will cost $20 for adults and $12 for those under 18.

 

[via CBS2]