Waterloo, Wisconsin: Jimbo the Big Mouse (Gone)

A large cartoony mouse holding an equally large wedge of cheese stands outside a store that claimed to be the "Cheese Cutout Capital of the World."

Jim's Cheese Pantry

Directions:
Jim's Cheese Pantry. East edge of town, on the south side of Hwy 19/Portland Rd. There's a white church next to the bland-looking cheese store; the mouse stands right next to the building.
Hours:
July 2019: Closed
Status:
Gone

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Jimbo the Big Mouse

Store is closed, mouse is gone, vacation is ruined, summer is dead to me.

[Joe, 07/01/2019]

Mouse with Cheese.

Jimbo the Big Mouse

There is a large fiberglass mouse named Jimbo outside Jim's Cheese. Inside you can sample cheese or buy different cheese hats. It is a fun place to be.

[Steven Steigerwald, 07/23/2009]

Jim's Cheese calls itself the Cheese Cutout Capital of the World. Get your cheeses cut into bite-size shapes of cows, Green Bay Packers, the state of Wisconsin, etc.

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