“237 embellished concrete sculptures!”
Located in Phillips, Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Concrete Park is an outdoor museum comprised of 237 embellished concrete sculptures and other objects built by the retired lumberjack Fred Smith. In this sculptural environment Smith created a cohesive panorama of local, regional, and national history, combined with legends derived from late 19th and early 20th century Northwoods culture. Conceived and created in his senior years, Fred Smith built the Wisconsin Concrete Park, as he said "...for all the American people everywhere. They need something like this."
There's a lot to see! It's a nice stop right off of the HWY 13. There's also a short trail in a pine forest towards the back. It's a great place to get out and stretch your legs for a bit.
Nice free (although I recommend a donation) stop to stretch the legs, interesting sculptures made of mostly cement and broken glass bottles. I would have given it a 5 except for the fact that it was really dangerous to go to with my daughter with how much glass is exposed and fallen onto the ground. They have a nice little gift shot with local art work too!
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Wisconsin Concrete Park
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