At This Belongs In A Museum, we’re no strangers to outsider art collections, especially when it comes to sculpture. Whether it’s Wisconsin’s Mary Nohl House or India’s Rock Garden of Chandigarh, we’ve got it covered. So here’s another one to add to the list of 1000 places you will probably never see before you die. But who knows? Maybe one day you’ll find yourself cruising down the monotonous I-90 in southeastern South Dakota. Try not to crash the car if you happen to see a massive 60-foot bull’s head surrounded by 50 welded metal sculptures. That just happens to be Porter Sculpture Park, a unique roadside attraction created by farmer/artist Wayne Porter that is open daily from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Memorial Day through Labor Day. So stop the car and take a look around. The artist is there all summer to give guided tours of his fairy tale sculptures, which are usually made of found objects, like vintage farm equipment, chopping tools, wagon wheel rims, and chains. Porter says his dragons and dancing girls have stories, instead of names. Therefore, each piece has a hand-written sign nearby explaining its “story”. It might cost 8 bucks (children are free but teens get half off), but can you really put a price tag on such colorful and nightmarish sculpture? I don’t think so.