By now you've probably either been to or driving by a junkyard and not thought much of it. We've all also seen those post on how people transform old junk into brand new art. Well, this junkyard in Austin is the art. The Cathedral of Junk is located at 4422 Lareina Dr.\nSo the Cathedral of Junk isn't actually a junkyard but it is a very creative way to deal with one's old belongings. Artist Vince Hanneman set out to make the place his clubhouse in hopes to share the fun with others. The massive pieces are located in his back yard and he's more than happy to talk to you about it.\nWe recommend you call before heading overseeing that it is in his back yard and it can get a bit crowded. He also closes it every once in a while for holidays and to fix things up. There is a $5 entry charge to get in.\nView this post on Instagram I went from never touching a Mac at the beginning of this semester to creating my first dance film! Super special thanks to @findin.tori , @salmafooshang , & Emma Bleier for gifting me a piece of their time & artistry 💜 Link’s in bio to check it out!! 🎥 🎞 A post shared by Oddalys Salcido (@oddy_berenice) on Dec 6, 2018 at 10:24am PST\nView this post on Instagram Austin’s Cathedral of Junk ⛪️ #KeepAustinWeird #CathedralofJunk #SouthAustin #AustinTX #ATX #VisitAustin #Trash #Junk #Recycling #Art #InstaArt #AustinArt #Travel #GayTravel #Travelgram A post shared by Tom Haines (@tomghaines) on Dec 4, 2018 at 6:53am PST\nThe place is really built like a cathedral with high ceilings made from wires and street signs.\nThroughout the place, you'll be able to find several "thrones" that will make you feel like the ruler of an apocalyptic kingdom.\nView this post on Instagram There’s something special about finding gems in your own backyard. This sanctuary is truly a wonder-ful kaleidoscope of artifacts, memories and colors, carefully arranged into a work of nostalgia that makes one curious and delighted. - - - #cathedralofjunk #atx #southaustin #austinart #springtimeintexas #exploremore A post shared by Bree (@abreeabroad) on Mar 9, 2019 at 11:29am PST\n@ariimoshhembedded via\nThere's no telling what you can find amongst the walls of this place as anything can be used for the structure including tires, typewriters and even stop signs.\nThe Cathedral first started popping up around 10 years ago and has since hosted photo shoots, weddings and debut parties.\nTo learn more about the Cathedral of Junk, you can check out this website.