Harrodsburg, Kentucky: Ice Cream Cone on a Pole

Triple-scoop, triple-flavor ice cream cone on a tall pole is in an industrial lot of ice cream factory equipment.

Address:
133 W. Factory St., Harrodsburg, KY
Directions:
North edge of downtown, on the north side of W. Factory St., one block east of US-127/N. College St. This is an industrial lot, so ask permission before you walk into it.
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Big ice cream cone.

Giant Ice Cream Cone

Giant ice cream cone stands outside of a factory that sells industrial-scale ice cream equipment.

[Mike and Sarah, 05/26/2022]

Photo suggestion: pose at the base as if the ice cream is dripping on your face.


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In the region:
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