With so many roadside attractions in the United States, there has never been a better reason to drive across the country to destinations like Texas or Florida.
One amazing roadside attraction to visit is the Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama. This attraction features 125 mini sculptures created to mirror famous religious buildings.
Graceland Too is another must-see attraction. This Elvis Presley fan site is located between Graceland and Tupelo. The site contains thousands of pieces of antique Elvis Presley memorabilia. The entrance fee is only 5.
Snake Alley can offer a fun driving experience, as it is a road literally constructed in the shape of a snake. This road was constructed in the early 1900s, when engineers thought its shape would be conducive to horse drawn carriages. Instead, the road has simply turned into one of the most impractical roads and unusual scenes in Burlington, Iowa.
Visiting the world’s largest Santa Clause is also a great roadside distraction. The world’s largest Santa Clause is located in the North Pole, Arkansas. He was built in 1962 and requires a new paint job every year.
These are just a few of the top roadside attractions the United States has to offer bored drivers.