by Valerie Bromann @ Silly America
In a field you’ll find ten Cadillac cars (1949-1963 models) buried nose-first in the ground and covered in colorful graffiti.
Located in Shamrock, Texas, the art deco gas station and restaurant is sometimes referred to as “the Taj Mahal of Texas.”
Take the world famous 72oz Steak Challenge: eat a 72-oz. steak, shrimp cocktail, baked potato, salad, and buttered roll in one hour and it's free!
The Devil’s Rope Museum celebrates all things barbed wire.
The Leaning Tower of Texas, also known as the Leaning Tower of Britten, is a leaning water tower located in Groom, Texas.
Visit Adrian, Texas, a town 1,139 from the starting point in Chicago and 1,139 miles from the end point in California.
The Magnolia Gas Station in Vega, Texas was built in 1924 by Col J. T. Owen.
This Texas roadside attraction consists of five Volkswagen Beetles buried front first into the ground.