A shoe-shaped house in Pennsylvania is being turned into an Airbnb

There was an old lady who lived in a shoe, and now you can too – at least for a little while.The Haines Shoe House in York County, Pennsylvania, is getting new owners, and they plan to turn the home into an Airbnb.The new owners said they plan to maintain the museum feel and the artifacts, so those items will be shared with the public.See inside the shoe-shaped house: Tap the video player above.Visitors can still tour the Shoe House until ownership is transferred. The last day of operations is July 24.Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. There are guided tours, a gift shop and ice cream.The Shoe House was built in 1948 by “The Shoe Wizard” Mahlon Haines.

There was an old lady who lived in a shoe, and now you can too – at least for a little while.

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The Haines Shoe House in York County, Pennsylvania, is getting new owners, and they plan to turn the home into an Airbnb.

The new owners said they plan to maintain the museum feel and the artifacts, so those items will be shared with the public.

See inside the shoe-shaped house: Tap the video player above.

Visitors can still tour the Shoe House until ownership is transferred. The last day of operations is July 24.

Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. There are guided tours, a gift shop and ice cream.

The Shoe House was built in 1948 by “The Shoe Wizard” Mahlon Haines.

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