Johnson Marble Tower

Smither Park lead designer Dan Philips, notorious for his whimsical and other-worldly structures, wanted to design an interactive element for the park that could both provide entertainment while also educating. He created the Johnson Marble Roll Tower to be a large-scale Rube Goldberg machine, set off by a hand crank that elevates the marble to the top of the maze. Once let free, the marble twists and turns through a series of mazes before ultimately landing back at the base. 

Plan Your Visit to Houston's Incredible Visionary Art Sites

The Orange Show

2402 Munger Street

Houston, TX 77023

Saturday & Sunday

11:30am - 5pm

Admission $5

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The Beer Can House

222 Malone Street

Houston, TX 77007

Saturday & Sunday

11:30am - 5pm

Admission $5

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Smither Park

2441 Munger Street

Houston, TX 77023

Open Daily

Dawn until Dusk

Free Admission

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33rd Annual Houston Art Car Parade

Downtown Houston & Allen Parkway

Saturday, April 18, 2020

2pm

www.thehoustonartcarparade.com

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