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This hidden gem is a MUST SEE in Austin. It absolutely screams ‘Keep Austin Weird’!
Vince the madman who created this three storey monstrosity is sweet. He took the time to tell us about himself, how he got started etc. and was really good with...More
DO call and make an appointment, don’t believe anything else you read online or on lonely planet books. This is the backyard of his home so respect his privacy! Saying that, it’s definitely worth the visit if you’re into art or anything that’s strange and...More
This curious character built what is aptly called a “Cathedral of Junk” in his back yard.
I’m sure the homeowner’s association is apoplectic about it.
This backyard spectacle is manages to be simultaneously beautiful, fascinating and an eye-sore. You can easily spend an hour or...More
We were asked for a $5 donation per person. Didn’t call ahead. His main concern is parking as his neighbors have surely raised issues with that, among other things. If there are no spots directly in front of his house, he will direct you to...More
I've never seen anything like this. I was like an antique store became a monument. There were sections with different colors and there were multiple floors you could climb to see more. The homeowner/creator was friendly. There's a suggested donation of $5 for adults, and...More
The Cathedral of Junk is nestled in a quite Austin neighborhood. The sculpture/structure is unlike anything I have seen before. The magic of the place is the story of how it was saved from the wrecking ball. Whether you love art or not, the Cathedral...More
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There are multiple benches scattered throughout the backyard and a few inside the structure. It is literally in the artist's backyard, so it is not a large area. When we were there, some of the seating areas were at the back... More
There are multiple benches scattered throughout the backyard and a few inside the structure. It is literally in the artist's backyard, so it is not a large area. When we were there, some of the seating areas were at the back of the lot under shade trees.