This is about the Field of dreams

The field straddles the property of two farmers: Al Ameskamp (who owns left and center field) and Don Lansing (who owns the infield, bleachers, house, and most everything else). This split tourist attraction has two access roads running parallel a few feet apart, and two gift shops selling virtually identical stuff. Don's gift shops are visited by over 50,000 people a year, every year, usually thirsty and hungry and eager to buy souvenir hats, sweatshirts, baseballs, and whatever else the Lansings and Ameskamps can dream up. On the next to last Sunday of each month, May through September, a local semipro team dresses up in turn-of-the-century uniforms as the Ghost Players, hides in the cornfield that still surrounds the diamond, then walks out to toss a ball around with appreciative visitors. (“Field of Dreams”)

Where is it at?

Is this Heaven? No, it's Iowa. A place of fertile soil, traditional values and simple pleasure. And in Dyersville, Iowa, at the century-old Lansing family farm with its quaint, and oh so recognizable house, baseball still ranks as a favorite pastime for all ages. What better place to carve a baseball diamond from a corn field and to make a movie about pursuing one's dream, no matter how much effort it takes? (“Field of Dreams movie Site”)

The field of dreams is up for sale?

Up for sale is the diamond, a two-bedroom house, six outbuildings that include a concession stand, and a 193-acre parcel. The land includes the mystical cornfield where the ghosts of "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, "Moonlight" Graham and others emerge to play ball. The asking price is $5.4 million. (“For sale: 'Field of Dreams' farm”)

Works Cited
"Field of Dreams, Dyersville, Iowa." Roadside America - Guide to Uniquely Odd Tourist Attractions. Web. 08 Mar. 2011. <>.
"Field of Dreams Movie Site - Tourism Info - Baseball." Field of Dreams Movie Site © - Baseball Tourist Attraction. Web. 08 Mar. 2011. <>.
"For Sale: 'Field of Dreams' Farm in Iowa for $5.4 Million in Dyersville, Iowa - ESPN." ESPN: The Worldwide Leader In Sports. Web. 08 Mar. 2011. <>.