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Buffalo Bill’s House

Experience film history firsthand by staying overnight at Buffalo Bill’s House – the real home where “The Silence of the Lambs” was filmed — now open to the public for first time in history! This charming Queen Ann-style Victorian home, built in 1910, retains many of the aesthetic attributes that were seen in the five-time Academy Award winning film. Located in a quiet neighborhood in Perryopolis, Pennsylvania, within walking distance of the Great Alleghany Passage, Buffalo Bill’s House is just a short drive to Ohiopyle State Park, several Frank Lloyd Wright architectural gems, and the heart of the beautiful Laurel Highlands.
Buffalo Bill’s House is a vacation home rental, and guests get the entire home to themselves when they book a stay, providing a private, intimate experience! They feature four luxurious bedrooms (all linens, towels, and toiletries provided), sleeping eight total guests. Highlights include a fully functional kitchen (coffee, tea, and popcorn provided), and a retro game room with arcade games, pool table, and a film library for your enjoyment! An interactive replica filmset is located in its world-famous basement to recreate all your favorite “Silence” scenes! All guests in your party receive complimentary surprise gifts during their stay.
The property sits on two acres of lush green landscape including a firepit, BBQ grill, picnic area and pergola, gazebo, two water fountains, a vintage train caboose to explore, and stunning views of the Youghiogheny River. With plenty of amenities to enjoy on the property, and many other nearby Silence of the Lambs film locations and local attractions to visit, there is no doubt you will have a memorable experience at Buffalo Bill’s House!