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Mushroom House, Cincinnati

#116 of 144 in Things to do in Cincinnati
Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Mushroom House (also known as the TreeHouse) is an ornately fanciful home built by architect Terry Brown in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. The one-bedroom house features pressed copper ceilings and a spiral staircase entry.
It was built between 1992 and 2006 and served as the architect's secondary residence until his death in 2008. Standing on the busy corner of Erie and Tarpis Avenues, it is a prominent Cincinnati landmark and one of Cincinnati's best-known residences.
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  • The neighborhood that this home is located in is full of mansions. So, great architecture is abundant. Would have paid to enter, but, alas, not an option.  more »
  • I heard about this unique house and had to make a stop while I was in Cincinnati. It is really nothing more than a photo stop but worth going. It is in a subdivision so parking is limited. A good...  more »
  • You can't go inside. Hard to find parking along the street. I was in the area but wouldn't make a trip of it. I was on the attraction list for the area in Google I wouldn't have call it that since you had to stay outside.
  • Nice quick stop on our road trip. Made us smile

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