America’s wackiest roadside attractions

1. This bizarre petrol station on the Yakima Valley Highway in Zillah

America's wackiest roadside attractions

2. In the 1950s, an entrepreneur named Alan Schafer set up

America's wackiest roadside attractions

3. We can’t think of a much stranger retail experience than spending

America's wackiest roadside attractions

4. On Route 441 in Orlando, Florida is Gatorland

America's wackiest roadside attractions

5. If you’re going to build a copy of Stonehenge, why not do it

America's wackiest roadside attractions

6. The bigger, the better seems to be the motto of most roadside

America's wackiest roadside attractions

7. …and if that doesn’t float your boat

America's wackiest roadside attractions

8. One of America’s corniest roadside attractions is the Corn Palace

America's wackiest roadside attractions

9. For over six decades, people have flocked to the Florida town

America's wackiest roadside attractions

10. Built to capitalise on the waves of tourists coming to see

America's wackiest roadside attractions

11. One of the world’s more curious romantic gifts

America's wackiest roadside attractions

12. Truck stops aren’t the most exciting of places

America's wackiest roadside attractions

13. On the old Route 66 is the Blue Whale of Catoosa, Oklahoma

America's wackiest roadside attractions

14. Some people might find a restaurant fronted by a 40-foot-tall

America's wackiest roadside attractions

15. If you’re driving near Seattle, why not pop in to take a look

America's wackiest roadside attractions

16. Statues of folk hero Paul Bunyan and his trusty

America's wackiest roadside attractions