The House on the Rock (Part 1)

I haven’t shared our House on the Rock experience yet and I am thrilled to do it now. I can’t post many photos in one sharing and so I hope you’ll bear with my series. :)

 

Our Richland Center, WI getway didn’t end in just a stay at Richland Center. We went caving on our last day and drove to Spring Green, WI to check out the ever so famous HOUSE on the ROCK attraction, a masterpiece of Alex Jordan which is a one-of-a-kind adventure and gaze into many amazing and unique architecture and eclectic collections from music instruments, books, house equipment, landscapes, and so many more. Every set of display in each gallery has explanations so there is no need for tourist guides to tour you around; it is self-guided and you can take your time beaming in all those fancies and magnificent creatures. Also, its vast space to roam around requires strength and stamina because if you’re like me, body sore will be expected a day after! Lol.

 

Here, I’ll share a few of what we’ve captured at the beautiful place worth your time and entrance fee: (LOL).

 

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Moi at the lobby area

 
 

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The house features an infinity room, that one displayed on the frame! Can you imagine how cool it would be like being there? :)

 
 

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Moi at the very entrance of the Infinity Room!

 

 

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The travelholic daughter and moi at the House's garden

 
 

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And it's the travelholic family in one of the spots at the place!

 

 

The acres and acres of the entire House on the Rock would require a day of touring I must say and the entire attraction is divided into three sections where each section features so many varieties of display and gallery. We only took the section one as our time was very limited, and yet, I still was filled with hundreds of photos of it. 😀 Well, if we can find another time soon, we shall surely go back to the place again. The largest indoor carousel in the whole world is also in this place so you can just imagine! :)

 

And oh, someone is wearing a pink shirt in there so good enough for my Pink Friday share as well, isn’t it? 😉


14 thoughts on “The House on the Rock (Part 1)
  1. Mona says:

    lovely photos and looks like the place is really great to visit.

  2. Bestfriend says:

    wow very lovely photos and beautiful place..very relaxing and beautiful

  3. Janet says:

    it must been fun sis. i would love to visit a place like that, too.

  4. grace says:

    sure na gyud ni maka dawat ug stars… added your site to mine. add me BB ha…wala pa ko ang make..wa koy makit-an nga kanakusgan nga pic…hahahaha..

  5. genny says:

    nice shots sis ganda naman ng house na yan….buhay na buhay ang color pink shirt….love it!

  6. Vhen says:

    hi, visiting you back 😉

    great photos, looks like you had fun there!

  7. anne says:

    That is a cool place to have a vacation.

  8. bingkaycoy says:

    I’ve never been to the Midwest, and I think that you have a lot of nice beautiful scenes out there. It’s great that you enjoyed your trip.

  9. Ces says:

    thanks a lot for the comment on my blog, much appreciated.

    cute blog! i love the pictures. already your follower

    http://momdaughterstyle.blogspot.com/

  10. raya says:

    wow! interesting place, sis! and oh, can’t help but notice, what nice sandals you have ! hehehe.. :) will add this blog to my travel blog sis ha? hope you can add too, http://www.bustlingbangkok.info.. thanks sis!

  11. Gene says:

    Can you blame me if I tell you that all I see is your lovely sandals? Hahaha!

    Visiting via Pink Fridays. Hope you can do the same.

    Hello Patrick Star!

  12. Emm says:

    lovely pictures! thanks for the visit sis, see you around

  13. Cookie says:

    nice pics and nice cute pink shirt 😉 my very late PF visit. thanks for stopping by…

  14. Carlota says:

    as always great fotos ‘cel. believe jud ko sa imong pricess-sa oi maau kaau mo posing then super cute pa :)

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