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The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art  - Giant shuttlecock- Kansas City, MO

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art - Giant shuttlecock- Kansas City, MO

10 Bizarre Roadside Attractions In New Mexico That Will Make You Do A Double…

10 Bizarre Roadside Attractions In New Mexico That Will Make You Do A Double Take

10 Bizarre Roadside Attractions In New Mexico That Will Make You Do A Double…

The world's largest bat: Louisville, KY- if we go toamerica we need to see things like this!

The world's largest bat: Louisville, KY- if we go toamerica we need to see things like this!

World's Largest Penny, Woodruff, Wisconsin.  The world's largest roadside attractions - Telegraph

The world's largest roadside attractions

World's Largest Penny, Woodruff, Wisconsin. The world's largest roadside attractions - Telegraph

Top Ten {Tuesday} Odd Roadside Attractions I Want to See | Wee Share World's largest lava lamp - WA

Top Ten {Tuesday} Odd Roadside Attractions I Want to See | Wee Share World's largest lava lamp - WA

Road side attractions every road tripper should see. Plan your ultimate road trip across America based on the crazy attractions!

The 30 Weirdest Roadside Attractions in America: Road trip!

Road side attractions every road tripper should see. Plan your ultimate road trip across America based on the crazy attractions!

More Than a Spot of Tea  Location: Chester, W.V. The teapot is self-proclaimed the largest in the world. The structure is 14 ft in dia. and approximately 14 ft tall. It was built in 1938 by converting an oversized root beer keg, once used as an ad for a Hire's Root Beer promotion. William Devon bought the barrel and made it into a teapot by covering it with tin and placing a large glass ball on top for the knob of the lid. The teapot was restored in the 1990s, making it a prime road trip…

Roadside Attractions

More Than a Spot of Tea Location: Chester, W.V. The teapot is self-proclaimed the largest in the world. The structure is 14 ft in dia. and approximately 14 ft tall. It was built in 1938 by converting an oversized root beer keg, once used as an ad for a Hire's Root Beer promotion. William Devon bought the barrel and made it into a teapot by covering it with tin and placing a large glass ball on top for the knob of the lid. The teapot was restored in the 1990s, making it a prime road trip…

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