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RT Inspiration: 5 of America's Weirdest Places

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Created by Murray 123 - July 1st 2016

I like my tourist attractions a little on the freaky side. So, here are my five favorite offbeat places to visit.

Photo of Foamhenge

15621 Braddock Rd, Centreville, VA, US


Sure, there's Stonehenge in England, Carhenge in Nebraska, but Foamhenge is the weirdest 'henge in the world. It's right off the highway in Natural Bridge and it's a pretty weird place to visit at least once in your life.

Photo of The Grave of Flipper

58901 Overseas Highway, Marathon, FL, US

The Grave of Flipper

I grew up watching "Flipper", and it will always have a soft-spot in my heart. So, I was super happy to discover that you can visit the actual grave of Flipper on the Overseas Highway! Right on your way to the Keys!

2703 Battleship Pkwy, Mobile, AL, US

"Under Siege" battleship

"Under Siege" is my all-time favorite movie, and the battleship used in the movie is available to visit in Mobile, Alabama.

2021 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX, US

Medieval Times

Ever wanted to feel like a Medieval knight...while deep in the heart of cowboy country? Well, Medieval Times in Dallas will do just that. Huzzah, pardner.

Photo of Clown Motel

521 N Main St, Tonopah, NV, US

Clown Motel


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This place is no joke. The Clown Motel is super haunted and very creepy. Not to mention there's a graveyard right next to it. So, yeah, you better sleep with a crucifix and a bible. But, it's totally worth it if you're like me and love a good ghost-hunt.