When Herman Munster (Fred Gwynne) and wife Lily (Yvonne De Carlo) discover that they have inherited a grand property known as Munster Hall in Shroudshire, England there is nothing to it but take the family on a cruise liner half-way across the world to investigate. But with Grandpa (Al Lewis) accidently turning into a wolf along the way it is no mean feat that they manage to clear customs at all. Arriving in England and ready to conquer Europe with their particular kooky charm the Munsters are faced with opposition from Cousin Grace (Jeanne Arnold) and Freddie (the ever-charismatic Terry-Thomas, Make Mine Mink) who are aghast that the American Munsters are in line to inherit the house and gain the title Lord Munster. With the help of Lady Effigie (Hermione Gingold, Gigi) it’s going to take every trick in their book to spook the Munsters away from this golden opportunity. A mad-cap 1966 spin-off from the successful television series, Munsters, Go Home takes one of TV’s most-loved comedy families out of their home and into a wild and whacky European adventure.