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We like to find off-the-wall attractions when we travel and this one fits the bill. Keep an eye out for the signs because it's on a small country road in the 'burbs. As in pulled into the driveway, the owner/creator and his wife came out...More
We stopped at this on a whim while passing through town and had a blast. They ask that you call ahead; we called in the morning and got an 11 am appointment. This was actually really fun. I would definitely recommend it to anyone. It...More
It's a little off of the beaten path, just 20 minutes or so off of I-69, this started out as a baseball covered with a coat of paint. And, this family has just kept painting another coat of paint on a regular basis and soon...More
Never has painting a 6,050 pound baseball been so exhilerating! Step right up, folks, grab a long-handled paint roller and, under the benign guidance of Mike and Glenda add a layer of paint (I chose peach, bein' from Georgia!) to this HUGE project! You'll be...More
We were driving to Mt. Rushmore from central Ohio, and read about this place on Atlas Obscura. Mike and his wife are friendly hosts and provided a lot of interesting info about all the layers of paint and people who have visited. You will be...More
Stopped by on our way through. Mr. Carmichael was very hospitable. Our group all got paint rollers and painted. We received certificates showing we had been a part of history. We also got to sign his walls. Seems a little cheesy at first but it...More
Oh how fun. We made an appointment to add a layer. We picked orange, we had a great time, it felt good to be a kid again, you get a official certificate when your done. Hard to believe is over 5000 pounds now.
A small group of us stopped to see the ball of paint and add our layer. We got to choose our color, and the paint rollers were on long sticks to help us from getting paint all over ourselves. It still wouldn't hurt to wear...More