Mitchell Corn Palace, Mitchell, SD

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Established in 1892 and existing at its current location
since 1921, this showstopper—the only building of its kind—celebrates the
harvest of king corn. The building exterior is redecorated annually with
275,000 ears of colored corn, other grains, and grasses. Themes have included
Lewis and Clark; the space age; and historic figures such as Elvis Presley and
Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive away with your corn memento of choice: popcorn,
Corn Palace puzzles, or corn-cob jelly. —Jessica Su

Kitschiest Roadside Attractions in America

Mitchell Corn Palace, Mitchell, SD

Established in 1892 and existing at its current location
since 1921, this showstopper—the only building of its kind—celebrates the
harvest of king corn. The building exterior is redecorated annually with
275,000 ears of colored corn, other grains, and grasses. Themes have included
Lewis and Clark; the space age; and historic figures such as Elvis Presley and
Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive away with your corn memento of choice: popcorn,
Corn Palace puzzles, or corn-cob jelly. —Jessica Su

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