Here's Where You Can Find The World's Largest Big Mac

"Two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed bun." This seemingly random list of ingredients is actually the classic jingle for one of McDonald's most beloved burgers: the Big Mac. Invented in 1967 by McDonald's franchisee Jim Delligatti, the Big Mac has become a recognizable symbol of the Golden Arches, selling over 1.5 million burgers every day and finding fans in everyone from former United States President Donald Trump to 106-year-old Philadelphian Dorothy Nedd (who, according to FOX 29, credits the burger for her long life).

But maybe you've been thinking to yourself that the Big Mac doesn't seem all that big to you, to begin with. Maybe you've seen bigger, more impressive sandwiches. You think that it's the year 2022 and what passed for "big" back then doesn't pass today. You want to see a Big Mac that's truly big, not this little sandwich of two measly all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce – oh, you get the idea. The point is, you want to see a Big Mac that lives up to the name.

Fortunately, there exists a sandwich that no doubt puts the "big" in "Big Mac." If you take a trip over to Pennsylvania, the home state of the Big Mac, you'll find the "World's Largest Big Mac." Despite the name, however, it may not be exactly what you were expecting it to be.

Good luck trying to eat this Big Mac

In the town of Irwin, Pennsylvania, you'll be guided to the Big Mac Museum, a shrine dedicated to the legendary burger. According to Atlas Obscura, the museum boasts a 14-foot-tall behemoth standing on a pedestal like some sort of imposing king upon a throne. Per the BBC's estimations, the pickles themselves are two feet across, and the sesame seeds are as big as your head. It truly is an impressive hunk of meat – that is, if it was actually real. Despite looking like a picturesque version of the classic burger, it's not a Big Mac in the edible sense. It's actually a massive sculpture designed to be the centerpiece of the Big Mac Museum's Playplace.

In addition to the enormous sandwich sculpture, you can find interesting tidbits of the Big Mac's history around the museum. Based on photographs posted by Discover the Burgh, these tidbits can include the timeline of the Big Mac's rise to fame, vintage Big Mac boxes, statues, and toys. Of course, the museum is also a full-fledged McDonald's, which to no surprise, offers you the very thing that the museum is dedicated to. While these Big Macs may be much smaller than the one across from you, you can take comfort in knowing these are at least edible.