2. National Atomic Testing Museum
This museum, located in Las Vegas, NV, is one of the most unique museums in the country. It has all sorts of neat artifacts, photos, and videos. It also holds occasional temporary exhibits, like a recent Area 51 show.
3. Mütter Museum
This Philadelphia museum is the perfect spot for those with a penchant for the creepy and bizarre. It’s actually a medical museum and has various oddities, anatomical specimens, wax models, and antique medical equipment.
7. Graceland Too
Graceland Too in Holly Springs, Mississippi is a two-story home filled to the brim with Elvis paraphernalia. The owner of the home, Paul McLeod, will be happy to chat with you about all of it. He also supposedly drinks at least 24 cans of soda per day… so he’s probably got plenty of energy to talk for a while.
8. Biosphere 2
Are you a big Bio-Dome fan? This science research facility in Arizona is 3.14 acres of biospheres. They do guided tours of all types of environments such as a tropical rainforest, a coastal fog desert, and the upper savanna.
11. The Mojave Phone Booth
The Mojave Phone Booth is interestingly the most popular phone booth ever. Smack dab in the Mojave dessert, it was a mysterious phone booth that became a cult sensation. People would call the phone booth and talk to strangers who happened to be walking by. Unfortunately, it was removed in 2000 due to traffic congestion. :( RIP.