Dublin, Ohio: Field of Giant Corn Cobs

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Address:
4995 Rings Rd, Dublin, OH
Directions:
I-270 to the Tuttle Crossing Blvd exit. Drive east a half-mile, then turn left on Frantz Road. Drive another half-mile. The corn is on your left, at the interesction of Rings Rd.
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Field of Corn.

Field of Giant Corn Cobs
A weird field of 109 six-foot-tall tall ears of concrete corn, in a suburb of Columbus. Roadsideamerica.com Report...

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Corn.

Field of Giant Corn Cobs

We couldn't make it in the daytime, but the Field of Corn was fun to see anyway. It's amazing our photos turned out. There is nowhere to park, so be careful. The corn was sculpted by Malcolm Cochran and completed in 1994.

[bordeauxbarb, 02/26/2019]

Corn.

Cornhenge

A field of cement corn. What could be better? This was a lot of fun, and perfectly random. There isn't any designated parking, at least that I could find. We parked in the very back of a company parking lot, which is probably not recommended, but since it was 7 pm on a Monday, no one towed us. There are no bathrooms or anything. It's literally a field of cement corn. It was fun to walk around and stretch our legs a bit.

[Somewhat Planned, 08/11/2017]

Big corn.

Field of Corn

I realize people laugh at this attraction. But I searched in my mind for what the artist's intent was. Because of the scale, with the corn sculptures in relation to the acreage, they had to be big. What it reminded me of was Arlington National Cemetery. What used to be corn fields and dairy farms is now all paved over and built upon. I think the artist was hoping for the effect of an homage to the corn fields that are now gone. My Mom and Dad had moved to Dublin from the far east side of Columbus, and it's been years since I've been back there. I wish people might think of this instead of laughing at it.

[Lisa Messmer, 03/21/2014]

Field of Corn.

Field Of Giant Corn Ears

Next to the field of corn are Osage Orange trees that bear a non-edible fruit that people put under their beds to deter spiders.

[Lucy, 10/09/2013]

Nearby Offbeat Places

Frog Jump MonumentFrog Jump Monument, Dublin, OH - 1 mi.
Rusty Steel HorsesRusty Steel Horses, Columbus, OH - 1 mi.
Dave Thomas Statue, Wendy's MemorabiliaDave Thomas Statue, Wendy's Memorabilia, Dublin, OH - 1 mi.
In the region:
World's Largest Ping Pong Paddle, Columbus, OH - 11 mi.

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