A few dozen photos showing the quirky side of Iceland’s cities and countryside.
Check out one of the creepiest museums in the world, a sorcery museum that could only be found in Iceland!
At the Ernest Hemingway Home, guests can see the author’s old house, as well as a gang of 53 six-toed cats.
Visit the Frida Kahlo Museum to see how the Mexican icon lived and worked.
The real southernmost point in the United States is not in Key West, but in Hawaii.
See the world’s oldest cable car at the Cable Car Museum in San Francisco.
Insects of all kinds from millions of years ago are trapped in amber at this museum.
See unique and unusual art cars at this quirky Houston museum.
In Tulsa, you can find a 75-foot statue of a golden oil driller. It’s the fourth-tallest statue in America!
Learn about the history of motorhomes and RVs at this museum in Indiana.
Astronomy nerds unite! In Anchorage, you can follow along with a scale-model representation of the solar system.
Experience the history of the Indy 500 at the Motor Speedway Museum.
Polebridge, Montana is off the grid. No power lines, no cell service. The town is remote, scenic, and awesome.
These Yukon structures built in 1901 now lean up against each other because of the ground thawing and freezing.
Learn about the natural disasters that have damaged Hawaii at the Pacific Tsunami Museum.
At this quirky museum, see live leeches and old bottles of heroin that were once sold as painkillers.