In Cut Bank, Mont., sits a 27-foot tall penguin made out of 10,000 pounds of concrete. The penguin was built in 1989 to mark Cut Bank as the coldest town in the United States. Many people traveling to and from Glacier National Park stop through Cut Bank en route to meet the "World's Largest Penguin." (Glacier Country Regional Tourism Commission)
Worlds Largest Penguin: Cut Bank, Montana To commemorate its hometowns status as the coldest town in the United States, this concrete penguin was constructed in 1989. At 27 feet tall and a solid five tons, it beckons to passersby from its spot in front of the Glacier Gateway Inn, a furniture-shop-turned-motel.
Cut Bank, Montana. Home. A little town on the edge of the prairie. The winters may be cold, but the people are warm. By the way, the landmark penguin is twenty-seven feet tall.