Lucas, Kansas-- What happens when you combine art, tourist attraction and a public restroom?
The Kansas town of Lucas flushed out something mighty unique with that combination thanks to a state grant.
They opened "Bowl Plaza" this week. And what do taxpayers get.. a public restroom that combines art and pop culture into a destination the town hopes attracts visitors from all over.
An Eyewitness News Reporter got to spent time unswirling the details on the new attraction in town on Thursday.
"You can find something different each time you are looking in here, there is just so much to see", says Lynn Schneider who helped push the idea of "Bowl Plaza" forward.
"People are going to be coming back just to see if there is something they missed", adds Schneider.
The artist who chipped in and lent his vision to the project is Eric Abraham, he owns "Flying Pig" studio which is right next to the new toilet tourist attraction.
"I just try to have fun with it", says Abraham about his artwork.
Lucas has already made the well-known "Garden of Eden" famous and they hope that "Bowl Plaza" can produce a similar buzz for outsiders looking to pay the town a visit.