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In the middle of the USA stands an Egyptian Pyramid built by a man who had a passion for Egyptian art. Tragically, it had a significant fire so we could not tour the house. A presentation was given by the son and a tour of...More
This is the gold pyramid house that you see from the tollway when driving between Illinois and Wisconsin. It is an actual house that people live in. It is open for tours. The family just happens to be crazy about pyramids. The tour starts with...More
My husband and I visited the Gold Pyramid House back in the mid-80's...and for years now we've said we'd like to go back...so yesterday we did and I am so very glad. It's got more to see now, a wonderful, BIG gift, shop and the...More
This hidden gem is only minutes away from Gurnee mall but we never knew it was there! Purchased admission through a groupon so tickets were about half price. This private home on 11 acres has a 50 foot statue in front and a gold house...More
Who would believe an Egyptian pyramid in Wadsworth Illinois ---- but there it is. It's actually a family home built by a man fascinated by the history of ancient Egypt who expanded his passion to building a home that, though very large, looks like a...More
If you're in the area, it's a very interesting 1.5hr tour, guided by the builder's son, whose parent still live there--yes, inside the pyramid! You see not only "public" areas used for events, etc now, but also much of the private residence. It also features...More
It felt like I was in Egypt. It was an awesome tour and it was presented well by Onan.
Their webpage needed to be updated with all the information about prices and when all the tours are conducted. Could not get someone on the phone...More
For me, this was not worth driving 1 1/2 hours (80 miles) each way. I liked Mr. Onan. He seemed really knowledgeable about Egypt, and he injected lots of humor into his lecture. I went to this attraction thinking that I would be seeing the...More
If you have traveled enough over the years, you might come to the conclusion that you've seen it all. Nothing more could surprise you, not a restaurant or a hotel or a historical site or an attraction of any kind. Think again. Have you visited...More