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Jurustic Park is a display of many of the extinct creatures that inhabited the large McMillan Marsh near Marshfield during the Iron Age. Also showcased at Jurustic Park is the studio and shop of Nancy Wynia, where she makes hot glass beads fashioned into jewelry, etc.
Hours of Operation
Open May through October, 10:00 am - 4:30 pm (4:00 pm after Labor Day). If visiting in other months, call 715-387-1653. Admission is free except for tour buses.
Four miles north of Marshfield. Turn off Hwy 97 onto Hwy E on the north edge of Marshfield. Go north past Menards 3.5 miles to Sugarbush Lane for .5 miles until sculptures appear on the right.
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