Buffalo Bill’s House was built in 1910 in Perryopolis, Pennsylvania. This unique 121 year old, Queen Anne Victorian style home, was featured extensively throughout the climactic finale in The Silence of the Lambs. The property still retains many of the aesthetic attributes that were seen in the Academy Award winning film when it was shot here back in 1991!
Highlights of the residence include 4 bedrooms (with a sleeping capacity of 8 people), formal living room, parlor room, multiple fireplaces, a beautiful garden and water fountain, wraparound lemonade porch, gazebo, an in-ground pool to enjoy in the warmer months, and even a vintage train caboose to explore! All original hardwood floors, woodwork & trim, as well as vintage pocket doors are some of the wonderful accents of yesteryear showcased throughout the quarters.
The property sits upon two acres of lush green landscape, and offers stunning views of the Youghiogheny River from the comfort of Buffalo Bill’s House!
With plenty of amenities to enjoy on the property, and many local attractions to visit, there is no doubt you will have a memorable experience at Buffalo Bill’s House! Book your stay now…or else you’ll get the hose again!
faq & policies
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We care about your safety and the safety of our employees. Our housekeeping department and staff are following the guidelines provided by the CDC. We are using enhanced cleaning and sanitizing procedures after each stay. Buffalo Bill’s House will gladly provide and encourage the use of hand sanitizer, which will be placed throughout the home for our guests’ convenience. We want to serve our guests in the safest way possible.