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Flopsy’s Day Off
Wisconsin

Flopsy’s Day Off

I had a hard decision to make when I left on my 'round the world trip. Do I take my beloved jackalope, and Silly America's mascot, Flopsy? Or, do I leave him behind? In the end I decided that Flopsy would be better off at home. On road trips he mostly stays in the car except to come out to see roadside attractions and the like. But traveling through Europe he'd have to endure time in my backpack and ...
Safe House : Milwaukee Spy-Themed Restaurant
Wisconsin

Safe House : Milwaukee Spy-Themed Restaurant

You're in Milwaukee and walking down a nondescript alley. You come across a plaque for an importer/exporter business. It's something you wouldn't normally pay attention to, but for some reason you are drawn to check it out. So you open the door and peak inside. A woman greets you and opens the red velvet rope to let you into a small waiting area. She asks you for the password. No sure ...
Brewers Game at Miller Park
Wisconsin

Brewers Game at Miller Park

After the Jelly Belly Factory Tour on Saturday, we took off for destination number 2: Miller Park! We were taking in a Brewers pre-season game (with tickets behind home plate for only $10, why not?) I really like Miller Park. Why? They have a dome. And on a rainy chilly day like Saturday that dome made the game awesome. I got a hot dog (of course) and cheese curds instead of my usual ...
Lakefront Brewery Tour in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Wisconsin

Lakefront Brewery Tour in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

If you're looking for a less "corporate" brewery tour in Milwaukee, look no further than the Lakefront Brewery Tour! Unlike the free Miller Brewery Tour, the Lakefront Brewery Tour costs money ($6), but includes a souvenir pint glass with their logo on it, four pours of beer, and a coupon to get a free beer at a neighborhood bar. Not bad.



If you arrive to the ...
Miller Brewery Tour in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Wisconsin

Miller Brewery Tour in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Somehow, despite the fact that I really don't like beer, I find myself on a lot of brewery tours when traveling. It's mostly because I have friends who like beer way more than I do. I apologize that these won't be the most thorough of reviews because a) they were all from a bit while ago and I didn't take proper notes at the time and b) I am not the person to ask about the quality of beer! But in any case, ...

About Silly America

Silly America is a roadside attractions blog designed to help travelers find unique stops for their next road trip. The website is a tribute to the great American road trip, devoted to all that is odd in America: roadside attractions, tourist traps, peculiar destinations, bizarre events, road food, fun festivals, and more! It’s a travel website and trip planner for those seeking an offbeat road trip.