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Dr. Evermor's Forevertron Sculpture Park



S7703 US Highway 12
North Freedom, WI 53951
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04/01 - 10/31

Fantastical machines from salvaged factory parts created by self-taught artist Dr. Evermore. Dozens of mechanical creatures, ranging from waist-high to 20-ft tall, flock in clearings. Disintegration chambers, spaceship gun turrets, and huge contraptions suggest pre-historic or space-age insects. The sculpture garden is available for public viewing, but be sure to call prior to heading out.



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  • Lindsay Marx posted 2 months ago
    "This place is SO worth a visit. It is one of the most magical and impressive sculpture gardens I've ever seen. One mans trash truly is another mans treasure. We had the pleasure of running into Lady Eleanore who gave us a little back story while we were enjoying the Forevertron."
  • Erin Barry posted 4 months ago
    "I've been visiting Dr. Evermor's since I was a child, and can't recommend it more highly. The sculptures are some of the most unique I've ever seen, and I feel like I notice something new on every visit. It's a fabulous place to go on a weekend trip to Devil's Lake or to take visitors to town. Go before it's too late! The place certainly doesn't make much if any money, and many of the structures seem to be going back to nature, either rusting or becoming overgrown, which only seems to add to its mystique."
  • Kathleen Strattner posted 3 months ago
    "One of the coolest art installations I have ever seen. This lot is a whole world of the incredible and the bizarre. I would highly recommend it for every adventurer. "
  • Jenna Rae posted 3 days ago
    "This is such a wonderful place to visit! Family fun and great picture oppurtunities!"
  • Matt G. posted 5 months ago
    "One of Wisconsin's greatest treasures of creativity, the Forevertron is pure magic. It's a great experience for adults to feel like kids again, and for kids to see the outer limits of imagination. A special one-of-a-kind place that everyone should visit."