The Fun House is a former attraction that was located in Central Midway . It opened the first weekend of May in 1957. It was Built at a cost of more than $200,000 to meet the requests of thousands for a Fun House to replace the one that burned in the 1953 fire at the resort. It was designed by Ranch S. Kimball, president and general manager of Lagoon.
The Fun House had 50-foot slides, a whirlpool, dog house crawl through a jail, electric air valves, a cage maze, a moving floor, rolling logs and more. It even had an eight-piece animated monkey band and a spectator balcony for people to view the main areas.