World's Largest Rubber Stamp - Cleveland

The sculpture was designed by Claes Oldenburg and his wife Coosje van Bruggen and is 8.79 m by 7.9 in size.
The “Free” stamp refers to the emancipation of American slaves during and after the civil war.

The two artists are known worldwide for their oversized sculptures, and there are also some of them to be seen in Europe.

The stamp was commissioned by Standard Oil of Ohio (BP) and first placed in front of their building. BP later gave it to the city of Cleveland.

Rubber Stamp


Name of the Roadside Attraction: Free Stamp /Rubber Stamp
Parking:best by foot
Time required:10 Minutes
Descripton:Giant sculpture by Claes Oldenburg and his wife Coosje van Bruggen
Next town:Cleveland, OH
Findable:in town
Fee area:no fee
Giftshop: no
Food or drinks: no
Kind of attraction: Roadside Attraction
Best time to vistit: all year

   How to find

Address: Willard Park Cleveland, OH 44114
Directions: I-90 exit 174B. left on Hwy 2, than left on E 9th St. The satmp is in the small park
Opening Hours: 24/7
Last visited: September 2019