Across Canada, we have so many unique attractions to discover! The next time you're on a road trip, you'll want to make sure to stop at these seven weird giant roadside attractions in Canada! From coast to coast, you can find plenty of the world's largest monuments.

Better yet, all of these world's largest attractions are free to visit. So on your next road trip, take some time to get a Jurassic Park-inspired picture of yourself with a larger-than-life T-Rex! It'll be a great travel pic to share with your friends.Here are seven giant roadside attractions in Canada that are so weird, you really need to see them:

The World's Largest Fiddle

Price: Free

Address: 74 Esplanade, Sydney, Novia Scotia

Why you need to go: Music lovers will definitely want to behold this gigantic 60-foot fiddle in Sydney, Novia Scotia.

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The World's Largest Dinosaur

Price: Free

Address: 60 1st Ave. W., Drumheller, AB T0J 0Y0

Why you need to go: This colossal dinosaur is 86 feet tall and four times larger than a real Tyrannosaurus Rex!

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The World's Largest Sausage

Price: Free

Address: Sawchuk St. & 50th Ave., Mundare, Alberta

Why you need to go: There's a huge 42-foot tall sausage statue in Alberta, in honour of the factory famous for its Ukrainian sausages.

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The World's Largest Axe

Price: Free

Address: Landegger Dr., Nackawic, NB E6G 1H2

Why you need to go: This huge axe is a unique free attraction to see in New Brunswick!

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The World's Largest Lobster

Price: Free

Address: 229 Main St., Shediac, New Brunswick

Why you need to go: When visiting "the lobster capital of the world," you really need to take a pic next to the world's largest lobster!

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The World's Largest Canadian Goose

Price: Free

Address: 190 Mission Rd., Wawa, Ontario

Why you need to go: Take a selfie with this huge monument to an iconic Canadian animal!

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The World’s Largest Painting On An Easel

Price: Free

Address: 10th Ave NE., Altona, Manitoba

Why you need to go: In Altona, you can find a gigantic easel with a painting of Vincent Van Gogh's Sunflowers.

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