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Attraction of the Week: The American Sign Museum in Cincinnati

History buffs, art lovers, and/or fans of the strange & unusual visiting Cincinnati should plan a visit to The American Sign Museum. While The Cincinnati Museum of Art, The Cincinnati Zoo and The Great American Ball Park rate amongst the city’s most iconic attractions, there is always something quirky and off-the-beaten path worth exploring in […]

Unique, Fascinating, and Off-the-Beaten Path Attractions…Part 2

A continuation of my exploration of all that is quirky and weird. As I travel throughout the US, I always make it a point to check out strange, historic, roadside, and eclectic places, and really anything else unusual that catches my eye. Below are some fascinating and oddball attractions located across the US. Also visit […]

Pittsburgh’s Bicycle Heaven: The World’s Largest Bicycle Museum and Shop

If you are into quirky, oddball attractions, then you will definitely want to plan some time to visit “the world’s largest bicycle museum and shop” while exploring Pittsburgh. Craig and Mindy Morrow opened Bicycle Heaven in 2011. Craig started with one bike which he found in the junk and proceeded to collect vintage bikes while […]

Attraction of the Week: The World’s Only Aluminum Tree Museum

A winter visit to beautiful Transylvania County, North Carolina is the perfect time to enjoy quiet winter walks in the tranquil Pisgah National Forest, as well as stroll around charming downtown Brevard. If your visit falls during the holiday season, you will will also have a few festive activities to look forward to. One of […]

15 Amazing Drives to add to your Bucket List

1. Mt Lemmon Scenic Byway Location: Just outside of Tucson, Arizona Length of drive: 27 miles Highlights: Amazing views of the Saguaro cacti, beautiful mixed conifer forest, access to high altitude hiking trails, 30 degrees cooler than the surrounding desert, fabulous leaf peeping in the fall, winter snow destination Attractions: Marshall Gulch trail, Mt. Lemmon […]

World of Chocolate in Orlando, Florida

Do you love indulging in high quality chocolate? Are you interested in learning more about he history of chocolate? Do you love unique/oddball attractions? Are you looking for something fun to do on a “non theme park day” in Orlando? If so, you will definitely want to plan an hour or so on your itinerary […]

Attraction of the Week: Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site

Fans of mysterious 19th century poet & writer Edgar Allan Poe, most famous for poems like The Raven and short stories like The Tell-Tale Heart, will definitely want to plan for a visit to the Poe National Historic Site during their time in Philly. This is a really unique local gem that will not take […]

SkyBridge: The Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge in the US

Gatlinburg’s newest attraction just happens to be the most exhilarating of them all. Due to the recent completion in May of 2019, tourists are flocking from all over to walk across the 680 foot long SkyBridge. Now the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the country, a walk across this bridge is number 1 on most […]

Attraction of the Week: The National Gingerbread Competition at the Omni Grove Park Inn

At one point or another, we have all probably attempted to create the perfect gingerbread house only to end up with a crumpled disaster. Unfortunately, the image of the perfect looking gingerbread house featured on those kits is far from reality, with it being near impossible to recreate. Fortunately, you can view amazing gingerbread creations […]

Unique Holiday Celebrations Across the Country

It’s that time of the year again. The malls are insane. The traffic is unbearable. Time to scrape ice off the car windows, shovel driveways, prepare for holiday entertaining, spend endless hours searching for the perfect gifts for everyone on your list, and so on and so forth. However, it’s also a great time of […]