Glass Beach can be found in MacKerricher State Park close to Fort Bragg. It’s an old dumping ground used by the locals during the 20th century. Since the dumps closure in 1967 it has had many various cleaning projects to try and tidy the beach up. With these cleanups and almost 50 years of waves pounding the shores it has left a remarkable site. A beach with small, smoothed colored pieces of glass and pottery instead of sand.
Book Portals, The Last Bookstore, Los Angeles. The Labyrinth on the second floor of the Last Bookstore in downtown Los Angeles. The Labyrinth features a massive, chaotic, maze-like space housing more than 100,000 used books, all at $1 each. It features doors that lead nowhere, time-travel portholes looking into an artist's rendition of outer space, and "secret passageways" leading into hidden book rooms.
North America’s largest indoor water park, World Waterpark is part of the West Edmonton Mall, itself one of the largest malls in the world, located in Edmonton, Canada It has a maximum capacity of guests