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.
Who’s up for some badminton? These birdies are 18 feet tall and weigh 5500 pounds.
America’s only animal skeleton museum can be found in Oklahoma City.
Indian Mounds Park in St. Paul, Minnesota is home to 2,000-year-old Native American burial grounds.
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!
Pose with a bronze likeness of Rocky Balboa outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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.
Find replicas of famous Mexican pyramids at this park in Piedras Negras.
Guests can visit the location where Dr. Frederick Banting conceived the idea for a diabetes treatment.
In Carmel, Indiana you can find Michael Feinstein’s tribute to the classic American songs from the ’20s through the ’50s.
Find the work of Frank Lloyd Wright at a visitor center in Rocky Mountain National Park.