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Eartha, the World's Largest Revolving and Rotating Globe

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Eartha, the World's Largest Revolving and Rotating Globe

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Great place if you love maps. I could stand and watch Eartha rotate all day long! It's wonderful and very educational for kids. Make it a stop on your way by.
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We pass the building regularly but didn't pop in until recently and SO glad we got to see it up close and personal....so great of Garmin to continue what delorme started. Loved being able to see it from a variety of perspectives just by going up or down the stairs!
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This giant rotating globe was pretty cool to see. I felt weird about just walking in the Garmin facility, so I took some photos from the outside and went on my way. Pretty cool though.
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Huge globe is located at the Garmin facility. The globe slowly spins on its axis. The attraction is very impressive. Also you can use the stairs to see the northern hemisphere. Parking is easy, admission is free.
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Did not stop during week day hours (we were there on Saturday) and it is closed on weekends so we could not go inside the building. Big glass windows allow you to look in and also take photos. No doubt does not do justice to this big globe from outside, but still was way fun to
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