The Beer Can House

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Beer Can House Guided Tours

Step into a shimmering world of creativity and be amazed by the stunning artistry crafted from thousands of beer cans.

An Unconventional Masterpiece

The Beer Can House on Maline Street in Houston, Texas, is unlike any other house you’ve ever come across. Covered from top to bottom in beer cans, beer bottles and bottle caps, this quirky landmark has become one of Houston’s most iconic folk art installations.

Located in Houston’s Rice Military neighborhood, this quirky art installation is the brainchild of the late John Milkovisch, a retired upholsterer and beer enthusiast. Over the span of two decades, Milkovisch transformed his modest bungalow into an extraordinary work of art, adorned with an astonishing array of aluminum beer cans.

The Beer Can House is open for curios visitors every Saturday and Sunday from 1pm to 5pm. To fully appreciate the artistry and stories behind the Beer Can House, guided tours are also available, where knowledgeable guides lead you through the house, sharing fascinating anecdotes about John Milkovisch’s life and creative process.

222 Malone St, Houston, TX 77007

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