The 13 rooms of the Original House are linked by common elements and moods – blue stained glass for a nighttime ambiance, or warmth and serenity from the sandstone hearth.
A magnificent fireplace and dramatic stone walls dominate throughout, as does the Gate House Ensemble, a music machine that replicates a complete chamber orchestra.
Includes a sky filled with model airplanes and a display which highlights key moments in aviation history.
A dazzling display of music machines including the Blue Room with a mechanically operated orchestra and the overpowering oriental music of the Mikado.
A stunning recreation of a 19th century street, the red-bricked avenues include a sheriff’s office, a carriage house and hundreds of antiques.
Contains one of the world’s largest fireplaces and a glimpse of some of Alex’s special collections including dolls, suits of armor, antique guns and mechanical banks galore.
Featuring three of the greatest theatre organ consoles ever built, surrounded by walkways, bridges and spiral staircases.
This restaurant offers towering windows with awe-inspiring views of both the House on the Rock and its Infinity Room. After you dine, you can journey along a walkway that provides an impressive new perspective of the Infinity Room from below.
One of the world’s largest collections of miniature doll houses with styles from Colonial to Victorian, each with meticulous, handcrafted details.
All things circus, from miniature circus displays to the enormous circus wagon with an automated 40-piece band and an 80-piece orchestra. The pyramid of the elephants is also a long-time favorite.
The collections are exotic and gathered from all regions of the globe. They range from ivories to armories and feature unusual firearms, an armor collection and lavish crown jewels.
Two carousels are filled with handcrafted dolls in a variety of shapes and sizes. Each is imaginatively costumed and accessorized to create a mesmerizing parade of detail and delight.
A room which extends 218 feet out over the scenic valley with over 3,000 pieces of glass.
Showcases a dazzling one-of-a-kind carousel with 269 animals, 20,000 lights and 183 chandeliers.
This garden is designed in the "stroll style" with a 14-foot waterfall.
Over 200 model ship displays, a Titanic display, and a 200-foot tall sea creature that is as long as the Statue of Liberty is tall.