Wisconsin Concrete Park
Always Open ~ Best Seen During Daylight Hours
FREE Admission ~ Donations Appreciated
N8236 South Hwy 13,
Phillips, WI 54555
One mile south of Phillips on Hwy 13
In 1948, at age 62, Price County native Fred Smith began creating what is known today as the Wisconsin Concrete Park. Smith, a lumberjack, tavern owner, farmer, and dance hall musician, created over 230 figures depicting his vision of the local culture and the world. His work is considered by experts to be one of America’s most unique displays of folk art. Smith’s characters came from local legend and personal acquaintances as well as legendary heroes. His most widely recognized statues include Ben Hur, the Lincolns, Sacajawea, and Paul Bunyan.
Heritage Days – Get Hooked on History
May 16, 2015
A look into the past in Price County and all that makes us who we are. Enjoy interactive history stations for the kids, tools and skills used by early European settlements in the area, an authentic Fur Trade Era re-enactor’s camp, ethnic food booths by area churches, stage performances with five (5) hours of continuous traditional music, ethnic dancers & singers, musical instrument makers, storytellers, working blacksmith and demonstrations of many old skills, tools and weapons. Celebrate our northern Wisconsin heritage! Fun for the whole family. FREE admission.
28th Annual Wisconsin Concrete Park Celebration
August 8, 2015
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The Wisconsin Concrete Park has been named one of Seven of Wisconsin's Man-Made Wonders