Waxahachie, Texas: Munster Mansion

Charles and Sandra McKee built their home as a replica of the Munster's house. Opened for special charity events, usually in October, and pix of the outside can be snapped year-round.
Brown St. (1313 Mockingbird Ln.), Waxahachie, TX
Northeast of town. I-35E exit 403. East on US 287 for a couple of miles, then exit onto Hwy 813/Brown St. North around two miles to the Mansion (#3636). The Mansion is only open on Halloween, but you can take pictures outside of the gate. The McKee's note that Hwy 813 is a dangerous road and they ask visitors to please be careful if they park (there's a sort-of side road about 100 yards away).
Gated private property visible from street.
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Munster Mansion

This is a real life replica house designed exactly or pretty damn close to the TV show from the 1960s. Go to their website or Facebook page to schedule ahead for private tours. If you loved the TV show you'll love to visit this place. They even have the Munster car.

[Angie, 07/05/2018]
Munster Mansion

Plan on arriving at least an hour early if you are going to their annual charity event. The lines are over an hour long. And be aware there is absolutely no photography allowed inside the house.

[Revbeej, 10/27/2016]

Munster Mansion.

Munster Mansion

My group, Freedom Riders, rode to Munster Mansion. We had a blast out there and took lots of pictures. We then rode back into Waxahachie and visited the toothpick sculptures and The Shop (a biker store). We finished up the day with lunch at The Catfish Plantation and a visit to the Biker's General Store in Maypearl, TX.

[Dragin', 02/23/2011]

Munster House.

Munster Mansion

I saw the Munster Mansion on Saturday.

[Lisa McCully, 03/09/2010]
Munster Mansion

Charles and Sandra McKee built their home in Waxahachie to the specifications of the Munster's house, as seen in that popular 1960s sitcom. Since no blueprints from the show exist, the McKees sat and watched all 70 episodes of the series to conjure their nearly perfect replica!

The Mansion is open for tours in October during an annual charity event. At other times of the year, visitors are welcome to stand outside the gates and take pictures. [Thanks to Eryn for reminding us about this place!]

[RoadsideAmerica.com Team, 04/25/2007]

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