10 Best Roadside Attractions In The U.S.

A unique art installation featuring a row of Cadillac cars buried nose-first in the ground.

Cadillac Ranch (Amarillo, Texas)

A gigantic blue whale structure located next to a pond, serving as a popular photo spot and roadside landmark.

The Blue Whale (Catoosa, Oklahoma)

A kitschy tourist attraction with colorful billboards, shops, and restaurants inspired by Mexican culture.

South of the Border (Dillon, South Carolina)

A massive ball of twine that has been continuously rolled and added to by a local resident for years.

World's Largest Ball of Twine (Cawker City, Kansas)

A famous roadside store that offers everything from souvenirs to homemade donuts, attracting travelers from across the country.

Wall Drug (Wall, South Dakota)

 A large troll sculpture located under a bridge in Seattle, known for its quirky and whimsical appearance.

The Fremont Troll (Seattle, Washington)

Giant dinosaur statues that have been featured in movies and serve as a roadside attraction and dinosaur museum.

Cabazon Dinosaurs (Cabazon, California)

A building decorated with murals made entirely of corn, showcasing different designs each year.

Corn Palace (Mitchell, South Dakota)