World's largest kaleidoscope, Mount Tremper, New York.
The world's largest kaleidoscope is in Mount Tremper, New York.

7 of the World’s Biggest U.S.-based Attractions

Here's where to find such eye-popping sights as a 58-foot-long termite and a 20-foot-tall artichoke.

1.     World's Largest Penguin. A 27-foot-tall penguin statue welcomes you to Cut Bank, Montana, which bills itself as the coldest spot in the nation.

2.     World's Largest Bug. Nibbles Woodaway, aka the Big Blue Bug, is a 58-foot-long termite model that serves as the mascot for a Providence, Rhode Island exterminator business.

3.     World's Largest Kaleidoscope. Stretching 60 feet into the sky, the Kaatskill Kaleidoscope resides in a converted grain silo in Mount Tremper, New York.

4.     World's Largest Bat. Leaning against the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, the bat measures 120 feet and weighs 34 tons.

5.     World's Largest Chest of Drawers. The 85-foot-tall and 40-foot-wide chest is in High Point, North Carolina, which claims to be the "Home Furnishings Capital of the World."

6.     World's Largest Basket. The 142-by-208-foot basket formerly served as the Newark, Ohio headquarters of the Longaberger Company, which is known for its handwoven baskets.

7.     World's Largest Artichoke. The "Artichoke Center of the World," Castroville, California, is home to a 20-foot-tall concrete vegetable.