If you find yourself traveling by car, and are looking for a way to break up the monotony of the open road, look no further. These quirky roadside attractions are worth pulling over for, and will make your car trips a bit more interesting.
With over 50 life-size dinosaurs and a real-world Jurassic Park, this stop in Cabazon, California is a must. Besides the incredible dinosaur exhibit, the Cabazon Dinosaur attraction also includes a dinosaur dig, fossil panning, and access to climb all the way inside a T-Rex’s mouth.
Hole ‘N the Rock is a historic 5,000 square foot cave home, carved out of a huge rock in Utah’s Canyonlands Country. With an exotic zoo and a large collection of metal art sculptures and rare time era pieces, this unusual stop is packed with activities to enjoy during your trek through Southwest America.
Located in Margate, New Jersey, Lucy the Elephant is a six-story interactive landmark that is a fan favorite amongst children and families. Through a tour inside the elephant, visitors are exposed to a spectacular 360 view of the surrounding shore area and Lucy’s unique architecture and history.
Finally, for a more tranquil break, the Enchanted Highway in North Dakota is a great place to stop for some photo-ops and a pleasant walk through the world’s largest collection of scrap metal sculptures. Featured collections include “Geese in Flight”, “The Tin Family”, and “Fisherman’s Dream.”
Check out one of these stops on your next road trip!