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    Here's The Weirdest Tourist Attraction In Every State In America

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    1. Alabama (Scottsboro): Unclaimed Baggage Center

    "unclaimed baggage" shop sign shaped like a suitcase
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    A store where all unclaimed luggage goes to die...or get thrifted by passing tourists.

    2. Alaska (Anchorage): World's Largest Chocolate Waterfall

    3. Arizona (Mesa): Organ Stop Pizza

    4. Arkansas (Little Rock): Billy Bass Adoption Center

    5. California (San Francisco): Magowan's Infinite Mirror Maze

    6. Colorado (Fort Collins): Swetsville Zoo

    7. Connecticut (Orange): PEZ Visitor Center

    8. Delaware (Fenwick Island): DiscoverSea Shipwreck Museum

    9. Florida (Safety Harbor): Whimzeyland

    10. Georgia (Lookout Mountain): Rock City

    11. Hawaii (Wahiawa): World's Largest Maze

    12. Idaho (Cottonwood): Dog Bark Park Inn

    13. Illinois (Casey): Big Things Small Town

    14. Indiana (Alexandria): World's Largest Ball of Paint

    15. Iowa (Madrid): High Trestle Trail Bridge

    16. Kansas (Lucas): Bowl Plaza

    17. Kentucky (Cave City): Dinosaur World

    18. Louisiana (New Orleans): Mardi Gras World

    19. Maine (Columbia Falls): Wild Blueberry Land

    20. Maryland (Silver Spring): Wheaton Station Escalator

    21. Massachusetts (Salem): Count Orlok’s Nightmare Gallery

    22. Michigan (Frankenmuth): Bronner's Christmas Wonderland

    23. Minnesota (Austin): Spam Museum

    24. Mississippi (Iuka): The Apron Museum

    25. Missouri (Independence): Leila's Hair Museum

    26. Montana (Havre): Havre Beneath the Streets

    27. Nebraska (Alliance): Carhenge

    28. Nevada (Tonopah): Clown Motel

    29. New Hampshire (Manchester): Cat Alley

    30. New Jersey (Hamilton Township): Grounds for Sculpture

    31. New Mexico (Albuquerque): Musical Highway

    32. New York (Romulus): Pumpkin Chuckin' at Varick Winery & Inn

    33. North Carolina (Collettsville): House of Mugs

    34. North Dakota (Jamestown): World's Largest Buffalo Monument

    35. Ohio (Cincinnati): American Sign Museum

    36. Oklahoma (Arcadia): Pops

    37. Oregon (Bend): The Last Blockbuster

    38. Pennsylvania (Bucks County): Ringing Rocks Park

    39. Rhode Island (Charlestown): The Fantastic Umbrella Factory

    40. South Carolina (Bowman): UFO Welcome Center

    41. South Dakota (Spearfish): Termesphere Gallery

    42. Tennessee (Gatlinburg): Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum

    43. Texas (Cedar Creek): Pecan Pie Vending Machine

    44. Utah (Monroe): Mystic Hot Springs

    People sit in bathtubs of water built into the rock face overlooking a prairie landscape.
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    Bathtubs embedded into a natural rock face may seem out of place, but once you're soaking in the hot spring water under the stars, you won't even care.

    45. Vermont (Waterbury): Ben & Jerry's Flavor Graveyard

    46. Virginia (Lexington): Coffee Pot House

    47. Washington (Seattle): The Gum Wall

    48. West Virginia (Ansted): The Mystery Hole

    49. Wisconsin (Middleton): National Mustard Museum

    50. Wyoming (Encampment): Two-Story Outhouse

    Does your state have another bizarre tourist attraction? Let us know in the comments below!

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