Pittsburgh has a ton of cool museums. The Warhol, Heinz History and Fort Pitt are three worth seeing.
The Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas is a fascinating historic site.
There’s a giant Edgar Allan Poe Mural in Philadelphia.
The Plainview Klown Doll Museum in Nebraska is home to 7,000 clown dolls, and no two are alike.
The Motown Museum in Detroit is where people like Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson recorded some of their biggest hits.
At Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Hollywood, you can hang with Marilyn Monroe, Jack Nicholson, Lady Gaga and dozens more.
At the Griffith Observatory, I found out that I weighed only 55 pounds – on Mercury, that is.
At Sun Studio in Memphis, you can tour “the birthplace of rock & roll.”
The National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis was the most overwhelming museum experience I’ve ever had.
The City Museum in St. Louis is the big giant playground I wish I’d had when I was a kid, with secret passageways, a human-sized hamster wheel and inflatable ball pits.
As a huge music fan, I feel it’s my duty to provide a review of the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.