Sweet Swine County Museum

The Museum has exhibits of many of the historical events and activities that have been held in Sweet Swine County including:

The Trial of Elmer Plow ExhibitIn this exhibit you will be able to see photos of Sweet Swine's Trial of the Century. Elmer Plow (Farm Safety Expert) accused of the late Aunt Ella's house fire was found innocent in the biggest trial ever held in Sweet Swine County. Lawyer Ed who defended Elmer said "I think a mistrial still is a win for me" The jury believed in Elmer innocents and said that in know way would the safety kits given to them by Elmer Plow mom would have made a difference in the outcome!

The Life and Times of Aunt Ella Tribute

 This exhibit pays tribute to Sweet Swines most famous citizen through a series of photos taken from as far back as 1910, photo coverage of Aunt Ella's funeral.
The Cocklebur Morning Show, Yesterday & Today
Learn about the history of Sweet Swine's hit morning show, The Cocklebur Morning Show from their beginning with Tommy Ray and Sarah Sue to their current host Bobby Ray and Sally Sue, who co-hosted a reality show (So You Want to be a Chicken Farmer) This exhibit also features photos of guests who have appeared through the years.

Sounds From the Barn Yard ExhibitIn this one-of- a- kind exhibit, you will be able to hear recordings of farm animals dating back to the 1940s. The brain child of Sweet Swine’s safety expert, Elmer Plow, who is always looking for safe entertainment for all ages. Elmer began collecting and recording farm animals sounds as a child and, as a young man, he created the Sounds from the Barn Yard Exhibit! The exhibit will be touring all the towns here is Sweet Swine County beginning with a week long show in the town of Corn Row and ending with permanent display in The Sweet Swine Museum!

The Hot Dish to Pass Collection
In this collection of water color paintings, some of the dishes prepared by Food Expert Betty Thomson are forever preserved on canvas. Your mouth will water as you look at the painting of Hot Dish Heaven, Jell-O Forever, or the Can of Corn inspired by Andy Warhol. You now can see this traveling exhibit in the towns of Hamhock Hollow and New Pork!

Sweet Swine Citizens Photo-Wall
This exhibit features many photos of many Sweet Swine Citizens.

Located in the town of High Horse, located in the center of Sweet Swine County.

Sweet Swine County Park

Featuring farm equipment from all over Sweet Swine County as well as donated works of art including:

Bowling Ball Art

A unknown artist has donated two bowling ball metal sculptors to the park. The sculptors are made from recycled metal and with the bowling balls donated from Cow Pie Bowling Alley, this exhibit truly is a green project and sure to be a draw for tourists from all over Sweet Swine County.

Sweet Swine County Museum & Park Director said "We do not know who donated the sculptors but there has been tourists who have told us about other Bowling Ball People that have been seen in Amboy MN!

Groundskeeper Jack(Leafy)Webber when asked about the sculptors said "Well that's two more things to mow around!

The House of Corn

Sweet Swine County’s most popular tourist destination is in the town of High House at the Sweet Swine County Museum & Park. Boasting, at last count, the foot traffic of over 40 people in the last year! This outhouse is made completely out of corn, and was designed by Sweet Swine County’s own interior designer, Dougie Dougan. Though no longer in working order, it is still is visited by tourist from all over the county!

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