“3-D scale model of our earth”
Eartha is the world's largest rotating and revolving globe, located within the headquarters of the DeLorme mapping corporation in Yarmouth, Maine. The globe weighs approximately 5,600 pounds, and has a diameter of over 41 feet.
Cool to see from the highway
Closed to the public because of Covid. We got to see it from the outside only. Good thing it’s right off the highway.
Really neat to see.
A quick stop to look at beautiful earth.
Just a nice quick photo op. Interesting to look at. You can see it from the outside of the building or go in. There are more than one level so you can see it from above or from below.
So this is a giant, three story, geographically current rotating globe set with an office building and glass walls. It's rotation is o e revolution per minute. It's really fun to see. You can walk around it on the ground floor and then there are two more observation floors with great views. There is an elevator and restrooms in the building as well. It is very pretty to look at and I was informed by the friendly receptionist that they take care to upgrade the panels with the current land changes, for example after the great tsunami in Japan they switched out those panels to remain accurate to the coastline. The only thing missing from this attraction is there is no gift shop or much extra information to round out the attraction. I did really enjoy seeing it though and I bet at night all lit up it looks even neater.
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Eartha, the World's Largest Revolving and Rotating Globe
- Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
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