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World's Largest Popcorn Ball

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out of the way quirky attraction

drove an hour out of the way to see this, which is housed in a building in the middle of the town... read more

Reviewed 3 June 2018
tim n
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Wichita, Kansas
Kitschy stop has more than popcorn

Park in the rear. The popcorn ball, made in 2016 is falling apart, but it still holds the world... read more

Reviewed 24 May 2018
Helen711
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Atlanta, Georgia
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3 Jun 2018
“out of the way quirky attraction”
23 May 2018
“Kitschy stop has more than popcorn”
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13th and West Main, Between 13th and 14th across from Casey's, Sac City, IA 50583
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Reviewed 3 June 2018

drove an hour out of the way to see this, which is housed in a building in the middle of the town off in the middle of nowhere. Its basically a bunch of popcorns assembled into a big ball. It's interesting to see if you...More

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Reviewed 24 May 2018 via mobile

Park in the rear. The popcorn ball, made in 2016 is falling apart, but it still holds the world record for weight, over 9,000 lbs. The little village behind it has a charming gazebo in the middle, and each of the buildings holds antiques appropriate...More

Thank Helen711
Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

When we first saw the sign for this attraction, we thought it might we a little corny. Turns out:it's massively corny. I have to admit, despite years as a popcorn enthusiast, I have not seen every oversized popcorn ball. However, I believe there is a...More

2  Thank mattclazar
Reviewed 2 May 2018

I love stopping by roadside oddities, especially if it claims to be the "World's Largest." The popcorn ball was a bit disappointing to me because it's more like a popcorn mound. It's sealed in a building on Main Street with fiberglass windows to view it....More

Thank Cassie W
Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

The pictures don’t do it justice. It’s ginormous! You can park right in next to it, no line, no fee. Well worth the stop!

1  Thank lveach19
Reviewed 29 January 2018 via mobile

I am a firm believer that when you are driving past a World record holding anything you should stop to see it. It takes just a couple minutes off the highway to get there and there are no tickets to buy or a line to...More

Thank Amy11709
Reviewed 20 December 2017

Lost in the fun of this exhibit of the World's Largest Popcorn Ball is the fact that this region produces much of Iowa's popcorn. This attraction is simply a take-off of what the local folks do and produce. It's worth a quick visit simply to...More

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