Grove City, Pennsylvania: Large Flatware and Wristwatch

Large, floating flatware and wristwatch comprise a colorful street corner sculpture titled "Time to Dine."
300 S. Center St., Grove City, PA
Downtown, on the southeast corner of PA-208/S. Center St. and College Ave.
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Time to Dine sculpture.

Giant Flatware, Wristwatch

Unique giant flatware and wristwatch at the corner of College Avenue and South Center Street. Just fun to look at if you enjoy quirky roadside oddities. There are also giant tools, fish, and flowers in Grove City.

[Nacole, 09/03/2020]

The sculpture's official name is, "Time to Dine." It was built by students at George Junior Republic -- a school for delinquent boys.

Nearby Offbeat Places

Tree BrainTree Brain, Grove City, PA - < 1 mi.
Large Fish on a HookLarge Fish on a Hook, Grove City, PA - < 1 mi.
Train Car with Titanic ToolsTrain Car with Titanic Tools, Grove City, PA - < 1 mi.
In the region:
Tour-Ed Coal Mine and Museum, Tarentum, PA - 41 mi.

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