The Big Coffee Pot
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
In the restored Moravian Village of Old Salem, you'll find the oldest giant roadside coffee pot in all of North America. It's known as the "Mickey Pot," in reference to tinsmith brothers -- Julius and Sam Mickey -- who made it to advertise their business in 1858.
The tin coffee pot originally hung from the front of the Mickeys' workshop, but more of its life has since been spent as an Old Salem landmark. The 7 ft. 3 in tall pot could theoretically hold 11,840 cups of brew.