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Pull over for America’s best roadside attractions. Explore the world’s largest things, weird museums, muffler men, tourist traps, and more in these archives of roadside attractions across the country.

Gold Pyramid House in Wadsworth, Illinois

Gold Pyramid House in Wadsworth, Illinois

The Gold Pyramid House in Wadsworth, Illinois is a curious site. When driving by on your way to Six Flags Great America you might think you’ve accidentally turned out of the Chicago suburbs and into ancient Egypt. But I assure you, you haven’t left the US. 2007 The six-story...

Sinclair Dinosaur in Salt Lake City, Utah | Salt Lake City Roadside Attractions in Utah

Sinclair Dinosaur in Salt Lake City, Utah

Most times, for me, while taking a road trip, actual Sinclair Dinosaur sightings are few and far between. Sure, I might see a Sinclair station here and there, but chances of them having that big fiberglass dinosaur is hit or miss. On a recent road trip that took me through ten states...

Statue of Elvis in Memphis, Tennessee

Elvis Statue in Memphis, Tennessee

Elvis Aaron Presley, known to most simply as Elvis, was a singer, actor, all around entertainer, and the King of Rock and Roll. There are many attractions devoted to The King, but this bronze Elvis statue in Memphis, Tennessee is a must-see when visiting the city and checking out Beale...

Pompeys Pillar National Monument in Montana | William Clark (Lewis & Clark) carved his name and the date of his visit on a rock bluff next to the Yellowstone River. | Montana tourist attractions and historical monuments

Pompeys Pillar National Monument in Montana

Pompeys Pillar National Monument is a 150-200 foot sandstone butte (a natural rock formation) that stands overlooking the Yellowstone River in Worden, Montana. As a structure itself it provides an impressive landscape and a nice climb to look out over the scenic view. But the real draw to...