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Some of America’s most bizarre tourist attractions (26 Photos)
Dole Plantation Pineapple Garden Maze – Wahiawa, Hawaii
The world’s largest plant maze that stretches over three acres with a total of 2.5 miles of paths.
UFO Watchtower – Hooper, Colorado
A campground, observation tower, and gift shop all based around everything UFO.
Barney Smith’s Toilet Seat Art Museum – San Antonio, Texas
Barney Smith is a retired plumber, who started a museum featuring toilet seat art. Stop by with a masterpiece of your own and you might end up being featured in the museum.
The Farnham Colossi – Unger, West Virgina
The Farnham Colossi (or Land of Giants) was created by Mr. and Mrs. Farnham, who collect over-sized statues.
The Paper House – Rockport, Massachusetts
In 1922, Mr. Elis F. Stenman started building a summer home out of newspaper. The house includes everything from paper piano to paper-constructed desks and chairs.
Leila’s Hair Museum – Independence, Missouri
The world’s only hair museum featuring over 2,000 pieces of jewelry made from human hair including hair from Michael Jackson and Marilyn Monroe.
Ben and Jerry’s Flavor Graveyard – Waterbury, Vermont
A graveyard to pay tribute to the long-lost flavors of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream.
Bubblegum Alley – San Luis Obispo, California
Standing 15 feet high and 65 feet long, Bubblegum Alley has been covered in chewing gum throughout many years.
Cano’s Castle – Antonito, Colorado
A house build by Native American Vietnam veteran named Donald “Cano” Espinoza built mostly of beer cans and metal parts.
Cross Island Chapel – Oneida, New York
One of the smallest chapels in the world with less than 30 square feet inside.
The Mystery Spot – Santa Cruz, California
A gravitational anomaly located in the redwood forests that will make you question your perceptions of the laws of physics and gravity.
Hole N’ The Rock – Utah’s Canyonlands Country
A 5,000-square-foot home carved into the rock by Albert Christensen in the 1940s. The house took 12 years to make and features 14 rooms, a fireplace, and a bathtub built into the rock.
The Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum – Gatlinburg, Tennessee
A collection of 25,000 salt and pepper shakers dating back to the 1500s.
International Banana Museum – Mecca, California
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the International Banana Museum is the largest collect devoted to one fruit.
National Museum of Funeral History – Houston, Texas
A collection of memorabilia, rare coffins, and recreations of famous figures in coffins.
National Mustard Museum – Middleton, Wisconsin
A museum dedicated to the famous yellow condiment. It features over 5,000 mustards from all 50 states and more than 70 countries.
Nuclear Waste Adventure Trail and Museum – St. Charles County, Missouri
Once the world’s largest explosives manufacturing factory then produced more than 700 million pounds of TNT and finally the site of a uranium ore processing plant.
The Corn Palace – Mitchell, South Dakota
The outside of the Corn Palace is decorated with six different colors of corn and features corn murals inside.
The Hammer Museum – Haines, Alaska
A museum dedicated to hammers with over 1,500 hammers on display.
The House On the Rock – Dodgeville, Wisconsin
First opened in 1959, The House On the Rock features strange objects such as a carousel, replica sea monsters, and over 180 chandeliers.
The JELL-O Gallery Museum – LeRoy, New York
A museum dedicated to America’s most famous dessert.
The Museum of Bad Art – Massachusetts
It’s just that a museum of bad art.
Wild Bill’s Nostalgia – Middletown, Connecticut
Wild Bill’s features everything from Soviet-era hockey jerseys to the world’s largest Jack-in-the-Box.
Winchester Mystery House – San Jose, California
A house featuring stairways leading to nowhere, secret passages, and a ballroom built without nails. Sarah Winchester purchased the house after the death of her husband and children.
World’s Largest Chest of Drawers – High Point, North Carolina
The world’s largest chest of drawers stands 32 feet high and was originally built to draw attention to the fact that High Point was the Furniture Capital of the World.
The Neon Museum – Las Vegas, Nevada
A collection of old iconic signs that once lit the streets of Las Vegas.