Dear Sir, I suggest she take baths instead.
These days the trams have built in screens and all the
Janet Leigh turned in one hell of a performance, winning the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress. She even garnered an Oscar nomination, as did Hitchcock, his cinematographer and production design team, quite a feat considering the Academy rarely honors that type of horror film even with nominations, the last I find being The Exorcist in 1973. Have I forgotten one? Let me know.
Better than any tour I could take you on, is this vintage 1960 extended 'trailer' in which Hitchcock walks you through the Psycho house and the Bates Motel. It's not really a trailer, it's a weird and wonderful and spoilery promo piece, just over 6 minutes long. Enjoy!
You might want to read Meltdown Moments; a companion piece of sorts,
inspired by Dennis Quaid's meltdown,
about watching the actor Bud Cort shoot a scene from The Bates Motel circa 1987.