See a former electric chair and other slightly creepy sights at the free Cleveland Police Museum.
Studebaker manufactured some of the coolest classic American cars ever made.
Find a full-scale replica of the famous Greek Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee.
See a bronze tribute to the characters from The Andy Griffith Show in Raleigh, North Carolina.
It’s all here at the Cowboy Museum – spurs, branding irons, chaps, rodeo statues, and even Abe Lincoln.
Ride to the top of the mountain overlooking Pittsburgh on one of the city’s old-timey inclines.
See Chester Arthur and John Lennon together, the way they were always meant to be.
The Lane Motor Museum has a massive collection of antique European vehicles, prototypes and alternative fuel cars.
There’s a leaning tower just outside Chicago that is half the size of the famous Pisa attraction.
See memorabilia, altars, skeletons, beads, dolls, masks, candles, photos, and historic New Orleans documents.
The Heidelberg Project is a must-see outdoor art environment in a Detroit neighborhood.
An 1856 shipwreck in the Mississippi River was unearthed in 1988, and the well-preserved artifacts are on display here.
King salmon travel roughly 2,000 miles to their homes in the Yukon, where they must pass through the Fish Ladder.
Massive bats – both the flying animal kind and the baseball kind – can be found on the same street in Louisville.
Unusual sights in the Mexican resort town include friendly iguanas, rubber trees, and Albert Einstein murals.
Stop by to see where the King of Pop spent the first 11 years of his life.