One of the oldest landmarks, the city’s giant tin coffee pot was built in 1858 by two tinsmiths loving to promote their business on South Main Street. At more than 7 feet tall, the coffee pot was an attention-getting promotion that survived multiple traffic accidents, relocations and even a political skirmish or two. The pot is considered to be a symbol of hospitality and has become the unofficial icon of the city. It's the perfect photo opportunity for something unique.
Fun facts: The renowned coffee pot could hold 740 gallons, stands 7'3" inches tall, and its diameter at the top is 27 inches and at the bottom 64 inches.
- Dog friendly
- Family friendly
- Group friendly
- Tours: Self guided