Place looked interesting from outside. On Google it showed it was open, but when we reached their and called up to check since their was no signs as from where we should enter, the lady answered that they open to public during weekends except in summers when they are open during weekdays too. Well their website doesn't mention the same. Information regarding their timings according to the seasons should be made available on website. As we were only for a day in Houston we couldn't go inside to check the place.
Love the character of this piece of art, as well as all the little details that surrounds it, inside the house you can see the real deal! All the history behind its construction, a pretty funny video from owners, tools used and few art pieces. Definitely worth the 5 bucks I paid to see... if you prefer you can ask for a guided tour for extra 5. And souvenirs are good as gifts. For those without a ride like I was, just take canal memorial metro bus (N°20) either way from downtown or from Galleria area.
it was cool to look at from outside but not much on the inside what you see outside is what you get inside empty house no furnture just basically the same as outside but a video
Worth the effort if you get a chance to go. Be sure to pay for a guided tour as the story is as important as the view.
Honestly it just isn't that interesting. Quirky and cute but no real reason to go out if your way to see it.