San Jose, California: World's Largest Permanent Outdoor Monopoly Board30-square-foot Monopoly board in granite, part of a 3/4 acre "Monopoly in the Park" garden. Giant pair of immobile dice as well. Built in 1992 for the San Francisco Landscape and Design Show.
Guadalupe River Park
- W San Carlos St., San Jose, CA
- Guadalupe River Park, east of Rt. 87 Guadalupe Parkway, north of the Children's Discovery Museum, 180 Woz Way.
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Other than the bums, it's cool.[Abigail, 04/23/2013]
No handy one percenters in top hats to chase them off Boardwalk and Park Place? Bummer.
A gigantic Monopoly board is built into the ground of a spacious, outdoor park. A pair of monster-sized dice await nearby, calling to the "gamer" in all of us.[Paul Bottini, 06/27/2008]
A huge outdoor Monopoly set.[Nix, 06/03/2005]
It's a 930-sq. ft. Monopoly board in granite, part of a 3/4 acre "Monopoly in the Park" garden. The granite work was completed in 1992. The park took a bit longer, officially opening in 2002 in Discovery Meadow near the Children's Discovery Museum. Players wear goofy game pieces on their heads and roll giant dice to advance around the board. It can be reserved for group play or corporate team-building exercises.