The Remarkable Story of South Dakota’s Famous Wall Drug Store. How a family built a business out of billboards and free ice water.
Your Favorite Roadside Attractions Top picks from our readers One of the best parts of a road trip is the unexpected gems you find along the way — and North Carolina is teeming with them.
How do you make a living in a town of 230 people that is unanimously described as being “in the middle of nowhere” by residents and tourists alike during the middle of the Great Depression? You work with what you have—even if it’s not much. This is the story of how a tiny little drug store became the world famous Wall Drug.
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Situated in the remote desert of Southern California lies one of America’s most unique roadside attractions, Salvation Mountain. This labor of love comes from Leonard Knight, a local who wanted to create something that showcased his devotion to his faith that not only he, but everybody, could enjoy.
The One-Of-A-Kind Roadside Attraction In New York That You’ll Never Grow Tired Of Visiting. You don’t have to be living in New York for too long before you’ll realize that there are a variety of roadside attractions here that are unique and fascinating to check out.
This Roadside Attraction In Florida Is The Most Unique Thing You’ve Ever Seen People do crazy things for love, but this has to be one of the craziest (in a good way). Coral Castle in Homestead is one of Florida’s most fascinating roadside attractions.
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With a sign outside the building that says “Believe it or not,” this tourist attraction is hard to miss. Built way back in 1932, this roadside cabin was constructed from real dinosaur bones, found at the nearby Como Bluff just outside of Medicine Bow, Wyoming.