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Warwick, Rhode Island: Red Hot Potato Head

A six-foot-tall Potato Head is pocked with red lights that turn on at night. It looks like the spudman has an infectious disease.

Chestnut St., Warwick, RI
I-95 exit 15. Turn east onto Jefferson Blvd. Drive one block. Turn right onto Cypress St., then right again onto Chestnut St. Drive to the end of the street. The Potato Head is on the right, set back from the street, in front of the Day-o-Lite company.
Lit at night. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Red Hot Mr. Potato Head.

Red Hot Mr. Potato

Outside of the Day-o-Lite manufacturing company. The Potato Head lights up at night.

[Ashton Gunter, 09/18/2016]

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