We wish we could offer real-life tours in addition to the video tours you’ll find on this website, but unfortunately the physical Funhouse House site is not open to the public. The Funhouse House was not built as a tourist attraction (though it may still be a trap). Alexa actually lives in the Funhouse House, making it a very personal place: Sometimes dirty dishes pile up in the kitchen, sometimes toothpaste gunk collects in the bathroom sink, and sometimes the trash sits a little too long before being brought to the curb.
Never has there been a concrete blueprint or hard and fast vision for the Funhouse House. Much of the Funhouse House was built by Chris and Alexa spur of the moment, the result of a compulsion to scratch an artistic itch or cobble together a surprise for one another. Had there been some grand notion to develop a destination for outside onlookers, Chris and Alexa would have foregone investing countless hours in a home nestled in a sleepy residential neighborhood with zero chance of being re-zoned for commercial purposes. The private facet of their Funhouse House guarantees that everything built within it will continue to be created with the intention of making something that's truly real and from the heart. That’s reward — and renown — enough for the creators.