New Berlin, Wisconsin: Easter Island HeadGiant tiki head, built of concrete to withstand Wisconsin's decidedly non-tropical winters.
- 15400 W Cleveland Ave., New Berlin, WI
- North side of the road, about 1 block east of S Moorland Rd and W Cleveland Ave. No direct parking.
- Private property. Visible from road.
Visitor Tips and News About Easter Island Head
No parking! I suggest the dead end road across the street, but be careful crossing, it is on a very busy street.[Gnee, 03/27/2011]
A few friends and I decided to check out the Easter Island head during a trip to Milwaukee. We passed it up the first time down the street and had to turn around. After parking at Wendy's we walked down the street to the head. It's pretty impressive and a very well done replica. However, after my husband simply stood on the statue, an angry elderly man shouted from the window at us: "Get off of there! What do you think this is, a public playground?!" And called us a**holes. We quickly ran off in fear of our lives.
So note: this is apparently not a public park. Do not stand on the statue. And do not piss off the man in the house to the right.[Anon, 10/01/2010]
...and then at our next stop, when we simply plucked the emerald cyclops eye from a statue's forehead, the Temple of Doom started to collapse and we ran for our lives!
Sweet giant repro of the Easter Island tiki heads.[Grey, 07/31/2009]
The Easter Island Head is actually quite interesting, mainly because it looks so out-of-place. I was amazed at how large it is. I would estimate it to be roughly 12 to 15 ft. tall and 6 to 8 ft. wide.
There is a side road across the street from the statue where you can park since there is no parking on the road in front of the statue.[Mark Bertieri, 03/12/2008]
The Easter Island head is still around and is easy to find on the north side of the road, about 1 block east of S Moorland Rd and W Cleveland Ave in New Berlin, WI.[Brett, 05/07/2007]