Grandma Prisbrey Bottle House A colorful wonderland of art made from cast-off objects, this one-of-a-kind attraction was lovingly built by hand for over 25 years. Covering one-third of an acre, the Bottle Village features a spectacular collection of mosaic walks, wishing wells, follies and shrines. Everything is made from bottles and discarded treasures found by the artist at the local dump. There's no other sight in the world like Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village, Simi Valley, California.
Open for Tours Only
$10 for adults, $5 for children
Are there tours to walk through the Bottle Village?
Yes, tours cost $10 for adults ($5 for children) and are offered sporadically through the year – check the website for the current schedule. Private group tours can also be arranged for 10 or more guests if you call 805-231-2497.
How did the Bottle Village start?
Starting in 1956 at age 60, Tressa "Grandma" Prisbrey began transforming her rural lot into the Bottle Village, using discarded bottles and other objects she found at the nearby dump. The work continued for 25 years until 1981.