CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is in Charlottesville this week.

It has been visiting cities all over the United States since 1936. It's 24 hot dogs tall, 60 hot dogs long and 18 hot dogs wide.

The inside is just as impressive as the outside with ketchup and mustard-colored decorations.

If you visit the Wienermobile, you'll be met by Ketchup Kaitlyn and Cookout Christian, who are on their "road trip of a lifetime."

"It's a long-standing tradition. Since 1936, it was created to spark smiles, and the mission hasn't changed much. Serving up hotdogs and weenie whistles. That's what we do," 'Cookout' Christian Jabbar said.

The Wienermobile will be at the Kroger on Emmett Street on Tuesday, at the Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA on Saturday and at Eastwood Winery on Sunday.

It will also be in Henrico on Wednesday.

The full schedule of stops can be found here.