Beer Can House
Historic Site, Museum
222 Malone St (btwn Venice St. & Lacy St.)
Houston, TX 77007
- The Beer Can House began as an unusual hobby for a retired upholsterer John Milkovisch in 1968, and you can now check out the house and grounds on weekends, either on your own or via guided tours.
- Great place to take out of towners on a tour of "Weird Houston"!
- Man made entire house out of used beer cans
- Quirky fun house. Nice place to visit. Won't take very long to look at though.
- Admission is $2 & kids are FREE! Open Saturdays & Sundays noon to 5pm.
- Like it when its turn up the sound of ringing cans in windy days
- Quick tour. $5 entry fee helps maintain the landmark and gives interesting insight into the character of this home
- So freaking cool. This museum was built out of of beer cans & bottles. The story is cool both owners have passed. But it's still taking care of by family. The tour was cool. The guy just loved beer.
- Such an interesting piece of art!! This man was a he house. $5 for the tour and the inside of the house is phenomenal.
- $5 admission fee is totally worth it to check out this unique creation. Be sure to get the tour and watch the video to hear how the house came into being. It literally is a house covered in beer cans.
- There's a charge of a few dollars to get on the property.
- Beer can house: Exactly what it sounds like. You can't consider yourself a Houstonian unless you have visited this piece of art. Make this a stop on your museum-visiting days.
- Must see if you visit Houston.
- Kinda cheesy but cool to take a peak at how someone lived