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List of World's Largest Roadside Attractions

This is a list of verifiable roadside attractions. Items can claim to be the largest, longest, highest, or anything that makes them notable.

Asia

Three-headed elephant of Erawan Museum, Thailand

Thailand

Europe

England

  • Worlds largest Disco ball[1]

France

Germany

The Netherlands

  • World's Largest Egg, (6m x 4m) Restaurant Het Ei van Barneveld, Barneveld, The Netherlands[]

North America

Canada

United States of America

Built in 1924, The Bottle, also known as the Nehi Inn, was one of the first "world's largest" roadside attractions. Despite the attraction itself being destroyed by fire in 1933, the community of The Bottle, Alabama still bears the name of its famous attraction.

Alabama

  • World's Largest Jukebox, Sound Cell Recording Studios, Huntsville[]

California

Georgia

Illinois

Idaho

  • Worlds largest Beagle[17]

Indiana

"Old Ben", the world's largest preserved steer, in Kokomo, Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Maine

Michigan

Missouri

The Largest Fork, standing 35' and weighing 11 tons in Springfield, Missouri.

Montana

oWorlds Largest Candy Store, Phillipsburg, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Wooden Dome, Bozeman, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Penguin, Cut Bank, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Larch Tree, Seely Lake, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Snow Flake, Fort Keogh, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Free Standing Brick Building, Billings, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Silver Dollar Collection, Haugen, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Dinosaur Skeleton, Bynum, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Sugar Beet, Fairview, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Model Airplane Collection, Great Falls, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Automated Music Machine Collection, Nevada City, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Frying Pan, Libby, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Purple Spoon, East Glacier, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Bigfoot Museum, East Glacier, Montana[]

oWorlds Largest Convoy, Laurel, Montana[]

New Mexico

New Jersey

Lucy the Elephant, Margate, NJ

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

World's largest basket, Newark, OH

Oregon

  • World's Largest Caveman, Grants Pass[39]
  • World's Largest Corn Dog, Rockaway Beach Oregon --30-foot Pronto Pup[40]

Rhode Island


South Dakota

Utah

  • World's Largest Fishing Fly (non functional) - Logan[42]

Virginia

Hugo's, Bealeton, Virginia - World's Largest roadside rollerskate

Washington

Washington DC

  • Worlds largest typewriter eraser[43]

West Virginia

Wisconsin

The World's Largest Musky, at the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame; Hayward, WI.

Oceania

Australia

New Zealand

See also

References

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  19. ^ "Eartha, The World's Largest Revolving and Rotating Globe". Retrieved . 
  20. ^ "About the Uniroyal Giant Tire" (PDF). Uniroyal Tires. Archived from the original (PDF) on 30 June 2015. 
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  40. ^ "Oregon Corndog history reaches new height with 30-foot Pronto Pup (Column)". 
  41. ^ "Big Blue Bug - Pest Control in Providence". Retrieved . 
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