Olivia, MN offers a variety of attractions!
At first glance, many associate Olivia as only being the home to the World’s Largest Ear of Corn Monument. Although this serves as our primary attraction, there’s so much more Olivia has to offer!
While our history is deeply rooted in our agriculture community and we’re proud to be a world leader in agricultural innovation, you’ll find that there’s no shortage of sites to see outside of our farmlands, fields, and our nine seed research facilities. Wherever your interests lay, still be sure to make those attractions a part of your itinerary so you can see for yourself why we’re the largest Minnesota corn producer and what the Corn Capital of the World looks like!
Beyond our agriculture attractions our seven parks, various historic sites, numerous restaurants, and so much more has continued to bring back tourists year after year! Whether you’re here to visit our 50-foot Corn Monument or relax with a round of golf or a swim in the BOLD School indoor pool – there’s an attraction in Olivia for everyone. And there is also much to offer in the nearby surrounding communities as well!
Below is just a sampling of all that the Corn Capital of the World has to offer. With a town of over 2,500 friendly residents who pride themselves on neighborly hospitality, we at Olivia can’t wait to give you a warm welcome!
Exclusive to Olivia
- Historic Courthouse which is listed on the National Register of Historical Buildings.
- Saint Aloysius Catholic Church completed a 1.3 million restoration and was coined the "Jewel on the Prairie" by Jason Davis, On the Road Again, a must-see.
If you have your “sticks” along, don’t miss playing a round of golf at the Olivia Golf Club. A nine hole course that is extremely well maintained and challenging. Narrow fairways are lined with old trees that penalize errant shots. There is water on two holes including the signature par 3 fifth hole. And, yes, there are sand bunkers, so have your sand wedge available.
World's Largest Ear of Corn
Don't forget your camera! Stop by and visit the World's Largest Ear of Corn Monument!