The Weirdest Tourist Attractions in Each of the 50 U.S. States, According to Travelers

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Embarking on a cross-country adventure? Looking to explore the lesser-known and unconventional side of the United States?

Get ready to discover the unexpected and embrace the wonderfully weird as we delve into the quirkiest attractions that make each state stand out from the crowd.

Alabama – Ave Maria Grotto

The Ave Maria Grotto is a remarkable collection of miniature replicas of famous religious structures from around the world. Built by a Benedictine monk, it serves as a peaceful and contemplative attraction.

Alaska – Hammer Museum

Housed in Haines, Alaska, the Hammer Museum showcases an extensive collection of various hammer types, exploring the history and significance of this essential tool through exhibits and displays.

Arizona – The Mystery Castle

The Mystery Castle is a unique dwelling constructed by a man named Boyce Luther Gulley. Built with recycled materials, it features hidden passages and a captivating story behind its creation.

Arkansas – Crater of Diamonds State Park

Crater of Diamonds State Park is a unique attraction where visitors have the opportunity to search for and keep the diamonds they find. It is the only diamond mine in the world where the public can prospect for diamonds.

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