Lady Liberty might be a little closer than you realize. A perfect replica of the famous statue resides in the heart of the Fox Cities of Wisconsin, holding her torch proudly for passing cars and pedestrians. The statue is a ringer for the iconic greeter of Ellis Island, just a lot smaller. So exactly where is this statue and why was it built? Read on to find out.
If you visit Neenah’s Statue of Liberty, you may want to visit the city’s other public art pieces, as well – there’s a statue of American Indian Ho-Chunk Chief Glory on Wisconsin Avenue, a wind sculpture behind the Neenah Public Library, and a George Washington statue next to a Plexus office building. There’s a lot more beautiful art to discover in Wisconsin. Here are some artistic towns that are begging to be visited.
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