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38 Most Bizarre Tourist Attractions
In America
Grant County Historical Museum in Canyon City, Oregon, has everything from human skulls to stuffed two-headed calves. The human skulls are of Barry Way and William Cain, the first two men to be hanged there, and the calves were born on ranches in the area and have been on display in the museum since its opening in 1954.
Grant County Historical Museum
One of the weirdest roadside tourist traps in America, Hole N The Rock is a 5,000-square-foot home carved out of a massive rock in Moab, Utah. It has a 65-foot chimney, a bathtub built into the rock, 14 rooms to tour, an exotic zoo (with camel, bison, and zebras), a gift shop, and locally made Native American items such as pottery, jewelry, and dream catchers.
Hole N The Rock
Leave it to Ben & Jerry's to create an ice cream graveyard that can be physically visited and even host funerals in honor of some of the fallen flavors. The "dearly de-pinted" are buried at the company's factory in Waterbury, Vermont, each with a granite headstone and epitaph, intended as a celebration of the company's failed flavors.
Ben and Jerry's Flavor Graveyard
Constructed in 1884, the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California, was allegedly built by widow Sarah Winchester under the direction of spirits. Filled with random rooms, doors, and stairs that lead nowhere, her descendants now own the property but open it to the public for various tours.
Winchester Mystery House
South Dakota's weirdest tourist attraction is the Corn Palace, a magnificent building covered in creative murals made out of corn to resemble various themes. Located in the city of Mitchell, 2017’s theme was "Rock of Ages" and included corn depictions of Elvis, Willie Nelson, and John Travolta.
Corn Palace