Kenosha, Wisconsin: The Bowfin Ruin

It resembles the ruined tower of a medieval castle, but it's actually a piece of conceptual art built in 1991. No one knows what it means. Its creator, Terese Agnew, abandoned outdoor sculpture and now makes quilts.
Address:
3rd Ave., Kenosha, WI
Directions:
At the intersection of 57th St. and 3rd Ave. The Ruin stands between a parking lot and a lakefront marina.
Admission:
Free
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The Bowfin Ruin.

The Bowfin Ruin

Couldn't get really close to it, but the Bowfin Ruin was easy to find.

[jtsortofbored, 07/22/2018]

Nearby Offbeat Places

The Civil War MuseumThe Civil War Museum, Kenosha, WI - < 1 mi.
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Bear Den Zoo, Waterford, WI - 25 mi.

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