KINGSLAND, TX — This March, horror fans will get the unique opportunity to spend the night at the set of one of Texas' most gruesome tales.
Grand Central Cafe in Kingsland, TX is not like many cafes. It was originally built in the 1900s in Round Rock. It served as a home to many families and students.
And then, 70 years later, it became the set for "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre."
After becoming famous, it became The Antlers Inn and was moved to Kingsland in 1998.
This March, Myers House North Carolina is hosting an event where fans can stay the night and marathon the movies. The event is called "On Set Cinema: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre."
They will be hosting the event from Sunday, March 29 to Monday, March 30. There are only 13 spots available each night. For full details, click here.
And if you don't get a spot, don't worry. The Grand Central Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. To make sure they are open when you plan your visit, check out their schedule.