Marshfield, Wisconsin: Dragon of Liberty

A unique version of America's most famous torch-bearer, with Lady Liberty replaced by a dragon. 18 feet tall, made of welded iron by Clyde Wynia in 2009.
Address:
E. 1st St., Marshfield, WI
Directions:
Downtown. On the north side of E. 1st St. at its intersection with S. Cherry Ave. The dragon faces north, toward the south side of Hwy 13/E. Veterans Pkwy.
Admission:
Free
RA Rates:
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Torch Waving Dragon.

Dragon of Marshfield

While traversing to the Hodag, we traveled down West Veteran's Parkway in Marshfield. There to the left we saw a bronze dragon. To see it better, go to the next light, turn left, then turn left at the next street. Go down two blocks and turn left a gain. You'll see him, and you can park on the dirt. We believe he was donated by the Rotary Club.

[Mike and Debbi Buike, 05/29/2009]

The "Dragon of Liberty" was created by Clyde Wynia, owner of nearby Jurustic Park, in 2009.

Nearby Offbeat Places

World's Largest Round BarnWorld's Largest Round Barn, Marshfield, WI - < 1 mi.
Jurustic ParkJurustic Park, Marshfield, WI - 5 mi.
Ice Cream ConeIce Cream Cone, Abbotsford, WI - 21 mi.
In the region:
Boy and the Boot, Stevens Point, WI - 31 mi.

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