seattle’s eclectic georgetown neighborhood is home to one of its most unique roadside attractions, the "hat 'n boots." built in 1954 as part of a western-themed gas station, these giant cowboy boots and hat have become icons. the gas station is long gone, but there is certainly something fun about a 44′ wide cowboy hat and the dedication that the neighborhood had to preserving it.
The Christ of the Ozarks statue was dedicated in 1966, the first attraction built for the Great Passion Play religious theme park. It stands atop Magnetic Mountain, facing west, "blessing" the town of Eureka Springs below, a gesture of thanks from Gerald L.K. Smith, the man who had searched the country looking for a town that would allow its construction. Christ of the Ozarks is the third-tallest Jesus in the world (surpassed only by a couple of mega-Messiahs in South America).