Home More advice General Knowledge
Like the giant Canada Goose in Wawa, Ontario, or big Nickel in Sudbury, Ontario.
Carhenge is a re-creation of the famous Druid rock formation made entirely out of old beater cars. The attraction, created in 1987, claims to draw over 80,000 visitors per year to western Nebraska. Not to be confused with Truckhenge, Carhenge is made out of thirty-eight cars—American ones at that. The original arrangement included two from Japan, but those were eventually replaced by good ol’ domestic models because nobody does giant junked cars like the U.S.A.
The Ontario attractions were the ones that came to mind, when I was thinking of examples that I have seen - no other reason than that. I've also seen a giant squid in Nfld, a giant muskoka chair in Varney and a big apple along the 401 (East Ont).
I forget exactly where it was but somewhere in Australia, I went there when I was four, it's a giant prawn. You can go up and look out it's eyeballs.
Why all in Ontario? lol ...I used to live in Sudbury, so I know the Nickel well, but, In Moonbeam (Ontario), they have a spaceship ;)
LOL my grade 8 geo teacher used to live in Sudbury too :D