Are you looking for something unique to visit near Columbus, Ohio? Just 30 minutes north of Columbus in the town of Dublin, you can visit a concrete field of corn. This corn field is made up of 109 concrete sculptures of corn cobs standing 6 feet tall. You can walk through the field and take pictures for FREE.
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Concrete CornField in Ohio
The Field of Corn (with Osage Oranges) was created by Columbus, Ohio artist Malcolm Cochran, a professor of sculpture at the Ohio State University. It stands as a tribute to the corn industry in the midwest and provides a unique place for tourists and locals to stop and enjoy a rare experience and place for fun photos.
There is no designated parking area but there are several places to pull off and park while you enjoy the Concrete Field of Corn.
Take the time to walk among the corn cobs and take some fun pictures and make memories while you road trip through Ohio.
Time needed: You can snap a quick picture as you drive by the Concrete Field of Corn or park and stay a while so you can enjoy the experience. This is a fun place to spend a few minutes.
There are park benches along the edges underneath the Osage Orange Trees.
Did you know that some people use the hedge apples from the Osage orange trees to repel spiders in their homes? Check out this post and decide if they might help you!
Where to Find:
4995 Rings Rd
Dublin, OH 43017