This is a nice road trip stop while passing through Tulsa, and one I've always heard about as an icon of Oklahoma even as a native Floridian. We stopped by on a day when nothing was happening at the expo center, so easy parking and very little traffic made this a nice place to stretch and take photos. This guy is bigger than we expected, and you can totally climb all over his massive shoes and stuff. Excellent quirky roadside attraction for lovers of Americana.
We drove right past this spot and decided it wasn't really worth getting out to look around. Since it's 1/2 scale and constructed out of blocky concrete, this isn't a very faithful recreation of the original Stonehenge and I really can't see much of a reason to stop unless you're walking the dog or exercising the kiddos during a road trip.
Really neat stretch of street art, some amazingly creative pieces as well as some quality tag writing. We drove down to the waterfront where the wall begins and chose to continue driving down parallel to the wall, and at a point we weren't sure if we were still on an actual road so we turned back before reaching the end. Highly recommend at least a short stop by this area if you're passing through St. Louis.
If you like cute little quaint towns, this is a pretty good stop. If you like murals and street art, this is just a meh stop, as it's typical small-town-historical fare. Worth it if you're looking to stretch your legs from a long road trip, but I wouldn't be too bummed if I had to cut it from my itinerary.
This was a fun little detour and a perfect place to stretch your legs on a long road trip. Champ is as advertised, a massive Great Dane statue right off of the highway. Parking is easy and traffic is light, and there's some grassy space to walk your own pup if needed.
We stopped by here on a long road trip full of quirky roadside attractions, and this one was honestly one of the most disappointing. Because the bottle is very high up and pretty much a water tower, it is nearly impossible to get unique photos of it. There is a picnic table at the base and a welcoming photo-op sign on the building, but I wouldn't really say it's worth the stop unless you're already passing nearby.