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Marshfield is a vibrant community in central Wisconsin known for world-class health care and a fresh mix of lodging, dining and shopping and attractions. There’s always something new to discover in Marshfield—plan your visit today.

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700 S. Central Ave.
Marshfield, WI 54449
715.384.4314

Parks & Zoo, Theater & Arts

Jurustic Park

As Clyde Wynia tells it, these are extinct creatures he dug up from the surrounding marsh. Explore this outdoor sculpture park and you’ll discover a fantasy world of creatures roaring to life, crafted from rusted metal. The park has to be seen to be believed and every year draws visitors from around the world. Be prepared to be amazed, and if Clyde is around, be prepared to laugh—he has stories and one-liners that make kids of all ages smile.

In addition to the metal sculptures, Clyde’s wife Nancy has a studio/shop, the Hobbit House, exhibiting her hand-blown hot glass (beads, flowers, sculpture), fiber (processing natural fibers-knitting, spinning) and life-size soft sculpture works. Visitors will find jewelry, necklaces, bracelets, pins and hairpieces made from handmade glass beads.

Jurustic Park is open most of the spring, summer and fall from 10am-4:30 pm. There is no admission charge to the public, but a fee is charged for guided group tours. Group tours are available by appointment.

Jurustic Park is located five miles north of Marshfield. Turn off Highway 97 onto Highway E on the north edge of Marshfield at the Walmart stoplight. Go north past Menards 3.5 miles to Old Sugarbush Lane for .5 miles until sculptures appear on the right. Families and groups are welcome.

Amenities
  • Family Friendly
  • Free Parking
  • Good for Groups
5.4 miles from Clinic