Inside the Pyramid House of Gold was a collection of Egyptian furnishings, artifacts and paintings, including a reproduction of King Tutankhamen's throne; 19th C. Revival Chairs from Sam Goldwyn's Hollywood collection; more than 100 pieces of authentic Egyptian statuary; custom-made Egyptian style china and goldware; and a striking wall hanging of Tutankhamen's mask. All were blended with traditionally styled furnishings in 17,000 square feet of living space.
Covering approximately 200 lineal feet of permanent walls of exhibition hall were hand-painted adaptions of ancient Egyptian cultural scenes. The Gold Pyramid House has aroused international curiosity from as far away as China and Australia, but opened for public touring only recently. As a result, only a relatively few people have experienced the thrill of standing at the foot of this towering structure, only to enter and be surrounded by the interior's intriguing ambiance.