10 Unforgettable Roadside Attractions Across America

This giant buckle, measuring nearly 20 feet wide and 13 feet tall, is a fun stop for anyone on a road trip through Kansas.

World’s Largest Belt Buckle Abilene, Kansas: 


Take a trip to Ben & Jerry's factory in Vermont and pay your respects to their dearly departed ice cream flavors in the Flavor Graveyard.

Ben & Jerry’s Flavor Graveyard Waterbury Village, Vermont:


This 44-foot-tall sculpture keeps a watchful eye over the city and honors the Native American people of the land.

The Keeper of the Plains Wichita, Kansas: 


It is a quirky roadside attraction that's sure to get a laugh. This replica of Stonehenge is made out of 39 vintage automobiles, all buried nose-first in the ground.

Carhenge Alliance, Nebraska: 


This art installation features ten classic Cadillacs buried nose-down in the desert. It's a tribute to the evolution of the Cadillac tail fin and a popular spot for photos.

Cadillac Ranch Amarillo, Texas: 


This 18-foot-tall troll sculpture is clutching a Volkswagen Beetle. The troll even has its birthday celebration every Halloween, known as Troll-o-Ween.

Fremont Troll Seattle, Washington: 


It may sound strange, but the World's Largest Ball of Twine in Cawker City, Kansas is a real thing! This massive ball of twine weighs over 12 tons and is still growing today.

World’s Largest Ball Of Twine Cawker City, Kansas: 


This 26-foot-tall statue depicts Monroe in her famous pose from the film The Seven Year Itch. The statue has been a bit controversial, but it's definitely a head-turner.

‘Forever Marilyn’ Monroe Statue Palm Springs, California: 


See art made out of corn at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota. This unique building is decorated each year with a new theme using thousands of ears of corn in different colors.

Corn Palace Mitchell, South Dakota: 


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