See German air raid shelters and American war planes at the World War II Museum.
See memorabilia, altars, skeletons, beads, dolls, masks, candles, photos, and historic New Orleans documents.
From JFK to Oscar Mayer, the Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan has some famous vehicles on display.
An 1856 shipwreck in the Mississippi River was unearthed in 1988, and the well-preserved artifacts are on display here.
The Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville covers the boxer’s life, career, and humanitarian efforts.
A Derby-winner cemetery, a horse barn, and the famous race track are among the sights.
America’s only animal skeleton museum can be found in Oklahoma City.
See vintage flight attendant uniforms and step inside old planes at this Kansas City Museum.
This unusual medical facility describes the weird methods humans have used to prevent unwanted pregnancies.
A museum dedicated to toilet seat art – this might be the quirkiest attraction I’ve ever seen!
Lack of educational displays, confusing signs, a horrible visitor brochure, and tiny bathrooms – the Alamo is a mess.
Finally, a museum brave enough to put Marilyn Monroe’s purse next to General Custer’s underwear and fossilized dinosaur poop.
Visit the Cleveland house seen in the classic movie A Christmas Story.
In Indianapolis I got to have two ultimate Indy 500 experiences, including one behind the wheel.
From racing museums to awe-inspiring cathedrals to a pop music king’s birth home, here’s the cool side of Indiana.
Guests can visit the location where Dr. Frederick Banting conceived the idea for a diabetes treatment.