“for a very special delivery”
The largest mailbox measures 162.63 m³ (5,743.41 ft³) and was created by Jim Bolin (USA) and verified in Casey, Illinois, USA, on 20 October 2015. There is a hidden stairway located in the post stand and visitors can climb up inside the actual mailbox.
Cute town. Stopped on a roadtrip so none of the stores were open when we got there (8am). Be sure to plan accordingly if you want to see the wooden clogs and knitting needle/crochet hook because they are indoors!
Good lord this is a cool roadside attraction! You can climb steps at the back to get up and see over main street. It's actually a really well made and good looking thing. Definitely worth a stop!
Casey is such a cute town. We got there later in the evening so we couldn't see the knitting needles or clogs because they're housed indoors but the mailbox was my favorite! There's a box inside you can actually mail letters and when you drop your post in the box, the flag on the outside raises. Adorable.
Definitely worth the stop in this little town.
We loved this roadside attraction! This entire group of BIG items in a SMALL town is so cool! My husband and I loved it so much that we are taking another trip to show the kids. I would suggest asking someone to take your photo before you climb up up the steps.
Neat that you can actually mail stuff there. There are 24 steps that may not be good for disabled, or those extremely out of shape. It's across the street from the bird cage, and down the road from the pencil, wind chimes, and rocker.
Great please to stretch your legs and see several of the “worlds largest” in a few blocks. Lots of restaurants and souvenir shops. The people are also very friendly.
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World's Largest Mailbox
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