Lyndon Center, Vermont: The Puking PigA statue of a wild boar has stood in Lyndon Center for over a hundred years. Water drools out of its mouth, earning it the nickname, "The Puking Pig."
- Back Center Rd, Lyndon Center, VT
- I-91 exit 23. Drive north on US Hwy 5 for a little over one mile. Turn left onto Center St. Drive a half-mile. As the road bends sharply right, you'll see a little park on the left. The pig is there.
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The Puking Pig
The puking pig fountain is located in Lyndon Center, near the center of town. It is a monument/statue of a pig with running water that comes out of its mouth. The boar fountain, one of four in the U.S., is commonly referred to as the "puking pig," and is not far off from Lyndon Institute.[Tim Pellett, 05/17/2009]
It's also known as the "Barfing Boar." The original supposedly dates to ancient Rome. This copy was dedicated in 1912, a gift from the president of the town bank. Nov. 2016: Photo added.