The Flamingo House – Round Rock, Texas - Atlas Obscura
The Flamingo House is permanently closed.

The Flamingo House

This house proudly displays an interactive and continuously changing exhibit of lawn flamingos.  


Named for the pink lawn ornaments that make up the exhibit, the Flamingo House is open to the public and is a continuously rotating outdoor display of flamingos in a suburb of Austin, Texas. The owners invite visitors to wander amongst the various displays located on their front lawn. 

Created in March of 2020, the original purpose of the Flamingo House was to provide neighbors with something to lighten their spirits during the global Covid-19 pandemic. After an immensely positive response, the owners decided to continue altering the displays every two weeks. Examples of previous exhibits include flamingo weddings, celebrations of holidays, and even a maze for visitors to wander through.

Local residents occasionally provide ideas for the flamingo exhibits. In one of these recommendations, the name “Flamingo House” was coined.

Know Before You Go

The flamingo displays change every other week and are open to the public in the front lawn of the above address. Best days to visit are Friday through Tuesday, as Wednesday and Thursday are when the display is usually changed. It's recommended to visit during daylight hours to best see the exhibit.

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