Hit the road and check out the country's wackiest roadside attractions.
Carhenge features 38 vintage American cars planted in the ground or stacked upon each other and positioned in a circle.
More than 50,000 visitors head to the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch in Arizona each year to see over 1,600 ostriches.
The Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch is without a doubt the most exotic roadside petting zoo in the country.
Visit the world's only palace built out of corn that has stood in South Dakota since 1921.
The towering 170-foot water tower shaped as a bottle of catsup has been in Illinois since 1949.
Minnesota boasts a 55-foot fiberglass mega-statue of the Jolly Green Giant himself.
The center of tiny Darwin, MN, revolves around the world's largest ball of twine weighing in at 17,400 lbs.
Pigeon Force, TN, is a roadside extravaganza with spots like the upside-down WonderWorks interactive adventure center.
The fun at Pigeon Forge continues at the Dinosaur Walk Museum with a 45-foot T-Rex and a 35-foot prehistoric alligator.
Weeki Wachee, FL, is home to the world's only underwater mermaid cabaret, an underwater spectacle with dancing mermaids.