NASA memorial for the first animal to make to space and back safely.
Cold weather phenomenon called a Sun Dog.
Mountain that looks like Jabba the Hutt.
This exact point where Arkansas meets Texas and Louisiana.
The world’s oldest McDonald’s.
A 40-foot bear statue peeking into a building
An optical illusion alley.
An optical illusion cabin.
Country’s smallest post office.
Lookout Mountain, Georgia
You can see 7 states from this point.
Target workers all wear aloha shirts.
B23 Bomber crash site.
A tiny jail.
Gas City, Indiana
All the street signs are little oil derricks.
Iowa State University, Iowa
Best Corn 1865 statue.
“They Also Ran” museum about presidential candidates that lost.
A castle in the middle of nowhere.
Mardi Gras beads in the vending machines.
Huge cranberry bogs.
Ocean City, Maryland
A water tower painted like a huge beach ball.
The oldest house in America, built in 1660.
Lake Michigan, Michigan
See the Chicago skyline from across Lake Michigan.
A forest shaped like the state of Minnesota.
Pickled pigs lips.
A river flood line that left its mark.
A to-scale Stonehenge replica.
Flocks of bald eagles.
A Lego-like statue called “Lady Desert: The Venus of Nevada”
White Mountains, New Hampshire
6-12 convenience stores.
Roswell, New Mexico
Jackson Heights, New York
Street signs with Scrabble scores on them, a tribute to its inventor Alfred Mosher Butts, who grew up there.
A huge alligator mouth as an entryway.
An abandoned military base, the Stanley R. Mickelsen Safeguard Complex, shut down in 1976.
Life-size Harambe statue.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
A mountainside smiley face made from flowers.
Places to buy beer without even getting out of your car. (I think these are all over the place but sure, you can have it PA.)
The grave of Mercy Brown, believed to be a vampire in the 19th century.
A real Kwik-E-Mart. Who needs the Kwik-E-Mart?
80-foot-tall dinosaur statue.
An overlook viewer for color blind people.
A stand alone fake Prada store in the middle of goddamn nowhere. Make sure you stop at Marfa Burrito.
Fossilized dino footprints.
A barn on TOP of some silos. You’re nuts, Vermont.
Sharp Top Mountain, Virginia
A very sharp mountain.
Kurt Cobain’s air guitar in his hometown.
Figurines made of coal.
The birthplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of Little House on the Prairie
Visit “The Hat Guy” to see over 100,000 hanging hats in his garage.