Really a hidden Gem within the neighborhood, have to know where you're going, parking can be a little difficult as the streets are rather narrow. May actually have to park a little further down but it is definitely worth it. This place has very select hours but it is cool to visit definitely a great photo worthy spot.
This is a Houston Establishment and a must-do for any visitor or local resident. The house itself is immaculately preserved, so if you own one of these 50s homes, it's great to see the original construction and compare it to your own. I learned a lot about my house just by visiting the Beer Can House; it's worth the price of admission.
It is an interesting place. It is only opened during weekend It is $5.00 if u want to visit inside which is pretty much a museum and they also show u a video
Definitely worth taking a look at. Stop by for some quick pics. Pretty crazy! Didn’t go in because it was closed.
Folk art, or just home improvement, the Houston's beer can house was born in 1968, when owner John Milkovisch started adding beer cans to the house as aluminum siding. Now operated by the Orange Show, visitors are requested to donate a dollar or two to visit the property. For $5, you can tour the inside of the house.