Attractions You Won’t Believe Are In The United States
Tourist love eye-catching and extraordinary attractions.
Can you believe these 10 incredible installations are located in America?
- World’s largest chest of drawers high point, North Carolina: The home-furnishings capital is home to this 36-foot-tall Bureau.
- Carhenge alliance, Nebraska: This art installation was created by Jim Reinders in 1987 using late model cars, is inspired by Stonehenge in England.
- Pineapple Maze, Wahiawa Hawaii: The hedges are made from 14000 Hawaiian plants and visitors enjoy trying to find their way out of those hedges. Dole’s 3-acre plantation was declared the worlds’ largest maze in 2008.
- Cabazon Dinosaurs: Palm Springs California: Opened in 1975, the installation brought visitors back to prehistoric times.
- Seven Magic Mountains Las Vegas Nevada: Seven towers of colorful boulders greet travelers along Interstate-15.
- World’s Largest Pistachio Alamogordo, New Mexico: The concrete made super sized pistachio is a famous attraction for tourists.
- City Museum: St. Louis, Missouri: The museum is constructed inside a former shoe factory.
- Parthenon Nashville Tennessee: Built in 1897, this art museum is an exact replica of the temple in Greece. It used direct casts of original sculptures.
- Haines shoe House: Hallam, Pennsylvania: It was built in 1948 and a married couple lives in the shoe-shaped house.
- Enchanted Highway Sculptures Regent, North Dakota: Towering metal models line a 32-mile stretch of 1-94. The artwork consists of the world’s largest scrap metal sculptures.