Which Of These Bizarre U.S. Attractions In Each State Would You Visit?

Time to book a trip to see the World's Biggest Beagle.

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Many of you may want to cross seeing the Empire State Building, visiting the Grand Canyon, and traveling across the Golden Gate Bridge off your bucket lists. The United States is filled with gorgeous natural attractions and exciting manmade ones. But it's also got some oddities. We're talking unusual statues, quirky museums, and straight-up confusing roadside attractions. 

In the northeast, you can eat delicious lobster roll in Maine before heading over to a museum filled with hundreds of umbrella covers that each have their own story or take a look at the flavors that didn't work out for Ben & Jerry's at their Flavor Graveyard before hitting the slopes in Vermont. 

Traveling to the Midwest? You'll want to stop in Wisconsin to try some of its famous cheese, but don't leave before stopping by their museum dedicated entirely to mustard. In Missouri, you've got a place that boasts about being "the only hair museum in the world [with] over 600 hair wreaths and over 2000 pieces of jewelry made of human hair."

Head south and you can browse over 1,000 creative toilet seat covers in one museum in San Antonio. And, despite what you've heard about everything being bigger in Texas, North Carolina is home to the World's Largest Chest of Drawers and Kentucky has got the World's Largest Underpants. 

So, while you're zipping across on your next cross-country road trip, you might just want to add one of these bizarre stops to your itinerary: 

  1. Alabama: Unclaimed Baggage Center

  2. Alaska: The Hammer Museum

  3. Arizona: The Thing

  4. Arkansas: Tiny Town Trains

  5. California: International Banana Museum

  6. Colorado: UFO Watchtower

  7. Connecticut: Wild Bill's Nostalgia Store

  8. Delaware: Fountain of Youth

  9. Florida: Airstream Ranch

  10. Georgia: Jimmy Carter Peanut Statue

  11. Hawaii: World's Most Scenic Urinal

  12. Idaho: World's Biggest Beagle

  13. Illinois: Historic Museum of Torture Devices

  14. Indiana: World's Largest Toilet

  15. Iowa: The Hobo Museum 

  16. Kansas: World's Largest Ball of Twine

  17. Kentucky: World's Largest Underpants

  18. Louisiana: Nicholas Cage's Tombs

  19. Maine: The Umbrella Cover Museum

  20. Maryland: Decoy Museum

  21. Massachusetts: The Museum of Bad Art

  22. Michigan: Weird Michigan Wax Museum

  23. Minnesota: SPAM Museum

  24. Mississippi: Tire Man 

  25. Missouri: Leila's Hair Museum

  26. Montana: Occasionally Talking Penguin Statue

  27. Nebraska: Carhenge

  28. Nevada: The Clown Motel

  29. New Hampshire: Redstone Rocket

  30. New Jersey: Lucy The Elephant

  31. New Mexico: World's Largest Pistachio

  32. New York: Morbid Anatomy Museum

  33. North Carolina: World's Largest Chest of Drawers

  34. North Dakota: The Corn Palace

  35. Ohio: World's Largest Rubber Stamp

  36. Oklahoma: The American Pigeon Museum

  37. Oregon: The Oregon Vortex and House of Mystery

  38. Pennsylvania: Shoe House

  39. Rhode Island: Gun Totem

  40. South Carolina: UFO Welcome Center

  41. South Dakota: Wall Drug

  42. Tennessee: The Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum

  43. Texas: Barney Smith's Toilet Seat Art Museum

  44. Utah: Hole N The Rock

  45. Vermont: Ben and Jerry's Flavor Graveyard

  46. Virginia: Foamhenge

  47. Washington: Seattle Gum Wall

  48. West Virginia: Franham Colossi 

  49. Wisconsin: National Mustard Museum

  50. Wyoming: America's Smallest Town


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