Located along the beach in Josephine Harron Park in Margate, New Jersey, the world's greatest elephant stands strong, beautiful and picturesque for just about anyone who would want to take a lovely photo op. You will get to climb a spiral staircase inside Lucy and you will get to learn more about her and the rest of the park during the guided tours.
This 40-foot tall structure is located right beside the Boston Children's Museum. Here you can enjoy a scoop of creamy ice cream and some snacks to nourish your hungry stomachs. Also make sure to have a group photo in front of the gigantic milk bottle.
Founded in 1973 by Dave Longaberger, his basket making business has grown to become what it is now, America's premier provider of high quality handcrafted baskets. To honor the company's core product, the founders decided to transform their entire office into the shape of a gigantic basket. A trip to Newark, Ohio would not be complete without several shots of the basket as well as a visit to their store.
Standing 134 feet tall, this monument located at the Death Valley, California's high desert. In 1991, successful businessman Will Herron paid Young Electric Sign Co. to come up with this majestic thermometer as a tribute to the world's highest recorded temperature which is at 134 degrees Fahrenheit.
Standing proud and majestic next to Route 59, this 170 feet tall water tower is one of the most visited attractions in Illinois. It was built in 1949 by the W.E Caldwell Company and was restored again in 1995 after attempts at demolishing it. In 2002 it was registered in America's National Register of Historic Places which is why this is one of the best roadside attractions that you should not miss.
When we think of cemeteries we often think of depressing things such as death or spooky things like ghosts. However, cemeteries are not necessarily sad or scary places – they are places that are steeped in fascinating history and really have a story...