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We were traveling through the area and my wife had never seen the biggest ball of twine before, so we had to stop. For American Dad fans, the night before we saw the episode where Stan's in-laws were traveling the US seeing the biggest of...More
Always a big joke but so fun to see! It was interesting to read the history of how it got started too. We were there all by ourselves so plenty of time to take pictures. We didn't bring any twine but if you do be...More
You always hear about things like this and I saw this on a list of things to do so we decided what the heck do we have to lose. It was fun to see how this ball of twine evolved over time. If you are...More
Located in Kansas along U.S. Highway 24 its's a monstrous flat bottomed ball with a roof over the top! It is over 15,000 miles of sisal twine, and I understand that number is growing!.
Very much worth the stop to enjoy and stretch your legs...More
We have been traveling extensively for the past year and set out to see the country via our RV. Seeing the worlds biggest ball of twine is significant. It depicts our road trip life and is something I've always wanted to see!
If you're big into "The American Road Trip," this is a definite on your checklist.
It is every bit as kitschy and weird as you're hoping it will be. There isn't much to do nearby, but it is located in a quaint little town that...More
We started traveling the US in our RV in 2012 and have been to all 49 States seeing and exploring everything. Our friends always say “ I bet you even have seen the “Worlds Largest Ball of String” and we have had to tell them...More
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70 miles or so. it really all going to depends which way you go. really no quick and easy way to get there direct. But it will be a pretty drive if you go north from Wilson,KS. also along that route is the town of Lucas... More
70 miles or so. it really all going to depends which way you go. really no quick and easy way to get there direct. But it will be a pretty drive if you go north from Wilson,KS. also along that route is the town of Lucas. it's the grassroots art capital of KS. a very odd town. Home of The Garden of Eden and the biggest toilet bowl.