“They can't see in, but you can see out!”
The World's only functional glass bathroom for public use. Built with one-way mirrors. You can't see in, but while you are taking care of business, you can see out!
Clean, air conditioned, and entertaining! The bathrooms are located on the cute town square, which has shops, restaurants, water fountain, chess, checkers, and (since it was Saturday) a farmers market. We ate at the corner Cajun restaurant: the catfish was flavorful and the fried pickles some of the best we've had. As for the glass bathroom, it was fun pretending to look in (the glass is impossible to see through on the outside) to make the user as uncomfortable as possible. If you get stage fright though, there is a bathroom with opaque walls at Plain and Fancy Sandwiches. Fun stop!
Great friendly town. We all used the bathroom and it was very cool. We stayed for about an hour. My kids played in the water fountain, bring an extra set of clothes. They had a chess and checkers game. There was a nice memorial for servicemen and a place you can dispose of your torn US flags. We stopped and ate a the coffee shop off the square, yummy and friendly.
Worth stopping! Cute little town, with a great coffee shop on the corner too! Definitely hard to actually go to the bathroom ;)
This was quite an adventure and well worth the trip
Clean bathrooms! Cute town as well. We were there on a Monday night, not much going on. It you are going through Sulpher Springs, certainly worth the stop. There is also a small kids water playground there as well.
This was really fun!! A bathroom right in he middle of a park you can people watch while you pee!!
We put "quirky" on our list of things to see on our trip, so of course this popped up. Just had to try it out. So funny. Beautiful little town square. Strange feeling to be sitting there with people walking and driving all around you. Worth the trip.
Fun photo opt!
Cooler and cleaner than they first appear. Our 7 year old got a kick out of it. Also lots of little shops and restaurants in walking distance. There's a war memorial and a splash pad. Glad we stopped here on our road trip.
There are several entries for the glass bathrooms, but this on "got us going" (in the right direction) 🙃Definitely stop in to see the toilets and all the other nice amenities on the historic downtown square.
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