Extreme Roadside Attractions

Hit the road and check out the country's wackiest roadside attractions.

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Carhenge, a replica of England's Stonehenge, features 39 vintage American cars planted in the ground or stacked upon each other and positioned in a circle. It's located near the city of Alliance, Nebraska.

More than 50,000 visitors head to the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch in Arizona each year to see over 1,600 ostriches.

Inside the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch is an exotic petting zoo.

Mitchell Corn Palace, the world's only palace built out of corn, has stood in South Dakota since 1921.

The World's Largest "Catsup Bottle," can be found in Collinsville, Illinois. This 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.

Two places are famous for giant balls of twine. Cawker City, Kansas, boasts the largest overall, while Darwin, Minnesota has the largest ball of twine rolled by one man.

Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, has an abundance of roadside attractions such as the Titanic museum, the Dixie Stampede dinner theater, and the upside-down WonderWorks interactive adventure center.

Weeki Wachee, Florida, is home to the world's only underwater mermaid cabaret. Since 1947, young women have performed in this underwater theater built into the springs.