San Francisco, California: Ron Henggeler's Teepee Tower40-ft. tall junk assemblage in tiny front yard of SF artist/photographer Ron Henggeler.
- 915 Fulton St., San Francisco, CA
- Between Steiner St. and Fillmore St. on the south side of Fulton. The yard is elevated behind a wall.
- Private Property - Visible From Street.
Visitor Tips and News About Ron Henggeler's Teepee Tower
The teepee tower was covered in vines, making it a little harder to notice. But when we saw it, we found it making some nice wind-chimey tinkling sounds in the breeze. There are plenty of things to see in that area, so the teepee tower is a worthwhile detour.[Mary Cancilla, 04/04/2013]
Blue plates, bells, wind chimes, and frying pans adorn this huge folk-art monolith in the front yard of a San Francisco Victorian home. Vines creep up, metal rods poke out, and the wind makes a soothing noise through the jumble of metal objects. It's not worth a detour but definitely lovely if you're in the neighborhood.[Justin Winokur, 06/09/2010]
The Teepee Tower is a 40-ft. tall junk assemblage in tiny front yard of SF artist/photographer Ron Henggeler.