The World’s Largest Swedish Coffee Pot Is Right Here In Iowa And You’ll Want To Plan Your Visit
Iowa is full of amazing small towns that are rich in local culture. The Hawkeye State may be smack in the middle of the United States, but it’s also a melting pot where many of the towns pay tribute to the immigrants who built them over a century ago. One example is Stanton, a tiny town of fewer than 900 people in the southwestern corner of the Hawkeye State. It’s a charming place with a museum dedicated to the area’s Swedish heritage – and also what might be the strangest roadside attraction in Iowa! Did you ever want to see the world’s largest Swedish coffee pot and cup? They hold court over this unique town, and we couldn’t believe how impressive they are. Come along with us to discover why Stanton needs to be a stop on your next Iowa road trip.
Have you seen the world’s largest Swedish coffee pot in Stanton? Let us know what you thought of this strange roadside attraction in Iowa in the comments section! You can find out more on the Swedish Heritage and Cultural Center website. Iowa has a surprising number of “world’s largests” – make sure to see the world’s largest popcorn ball. And if you’re planning a road trip across the Hawkeye State to see all these superlatives, make sure to pack plenty of snacks!