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Passed by and saw it from the street. Very interesting to look at. We did not get down to get any pictures. I'm not sure if you are supposed to get down. Very interesting to look at. Kids thought it was cool.
If you are in the neighborhood it will be nice to stop by the house and to check it out. If you are interested in the modern and alternate arts, you might also want to come inside ($5) for a quick visit. But I wouldn’t...More
So much fun!! We learned so much about beer cans. The story of the house is so sweet! I don’t want to wreck the story so go and see for yourself! I would recommend this tour and the tour guides were so nice! Impressed!
So this is the opposite of lifestyles of the rich and famous, but it’s a great for those looking for something unique.
The house on the exterior is covered with aluminum beer cans. Hey a take on aluminum siding. If you just stay on the...More
We did a quick stop to see this house covered in beer cans. It was pretty easy to find after we drove through Memorial Park to get there. It was surrounded on all three sides with newer homes so it was good to see that...More
Won't be to everyone's taste, but if you're driving by you'll no doubt want to stop and have a look. It looks a little old and dirty from the outside but it was closed when we passed by and it would be interesting to see...More
You can pay a small fee to go inside, or you can admire for free from the outside.The stone steps and walkways have marbles inlaid. The house itself is gorgeous. Others may not use the word...but it's not about the beer cans and pops tops...More
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Hours vary. It is worth it to drive by any time even if it is not open and get out of your car and take a look from the street. Combine this stop with a nearby stop to see Howard Hughes' grave at the Glenwood Cemetery... More
Hours vary. It is worth it to drive by any time even if it is not open and get out of your car and take a look from the street. Combine this stop with a nearby stop to see Howard Hughes' grave at the Glenwood Cemetery. Both places are just west of downtown.