Schwarzenegger's childhood home now museum
THAL, Austria (KABC) -- Arnold Schwarzenegger's childhood home in southern Austria has been officially converted into a museum.
The museum opened to visitors last weekend in conjunction with the former California governor's 64th birthday.
The museum features a variety of Schwarzenegger memorabilia including his first set of weights and his original sword from the film "Conan the Barbarian."
Schwarzenegger reportedly lived in the house from his birth in 1947 until 1966 when he moved to the U.S.
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