WI Posted in Wisconsin March 18, 2016 by Laura What You’ll Find In These 11 Small Towns In Wisconsin May Surprise You Many people head to big towns for attractions–which makes sense. But you should head to these smaller Wisconsin towns. What they house might surprise you! 1. Seymour Amy Meredith/Flickr Unless you live under a rock, you probably know that the hamburger was invented in Seymour, Wisconsin. They celebrate this every year with "Hamburger Days." You better believe there are some massive hamburgers to sample. 2. Marshfield ThiloG/Flickr Named after Jurassic Park, this is the recreation of what inhabited McMillan Marsh during the Iron age. Visits are free. 3. Woodruff Megan Petty/Flickr In 1953, there was a publicity stunt where the town asked kids to save pennies so that they could build a hospital. This became national news, and 1.7 million pennies made their way to the town. The town commemorated this with the world's largest penny, which you can still see. 4. Dickeyville Corey Taratuta/Flickr In Dickeyville, you can find something called the Dickeyville Grotto. It wraps around the Holy Ghost Catholic Church. It has a small artificial cave, arches, and fountains. Costume jewelry, shells, and rocks were used to construct it. 5. Sparta Kris/Flickr Sparta is full of all sorts of attractions, including the world's largest bicyclist (pictured here), a bear on roller skates, and a masonic bucking goat. 6. Mt. Horeb Danny Shultz/Flickr Did you know that Mt. Horeb actually has the world's only Trollway? It's a street lined with trolls. 7. Laona Lanyap/Flickr Laona has the distinct honor of being home to the world's largest soup kettle. Every August, there is free community soup. 8. Neilsville la vaca vegetariana/Flickr For years, "Chatty Belle" told you a story about Wisconsin dairy if you dropped a quarter in the box. She doesn't talk anymore, but can still take a selfie by her. 9. Warrens Warrens Cranberry Festival/Flickr Once a year, this small town swells as 120,000 people make their way to Warrens, Wisconsin. They are host of the world's largest cranberry festival. 10. Ripon Jim Bowen/Flickr Little Ripon, Wisconsin was the birthplace of the Republican party. You can still visit the Little White Schoolhouse. 11. Spring Green American Players Theatre/Facebook Who would have known that one of the best theater groups was right in Spring Green? American Players puts on great productions. Do you live in a small Wisconsin town? Does it have big attractions?