62-510 Chiriaco Road, Chiriaco Summit, California
The collection of memorabilia covers every war from World War 1 to Iraq. A Tank Yard features vehicles from World War II to the Vietnam.
701 18th Ave. NW, Austin, Minnesota
A tribute to all things Spam, the museum is home to the world’s only Great Wall of Spam, featuring over 5,000 cans of "America’s favorite tinned meat." The museum currently is closed and will reopen in spring 2016.
211 Murphy Road, South Meadows, Hartford, Connecticut
Marvel at huge sculptures made from recycled rubbish, ncluding a 1-ton trash-osarus. Other attractions include a Temple of Trash and an old-fashioned town dump.
51 Main Ave. S Britt, Iowa
The museum was opened in the early 1980s with money left to the owners from an unknown hobo. The museum’s collection includes books written by hobos as well as musical recordings by hobo artists.
119 Third Ave. S., Nashville, Tennessee
In the same year that Cash’s Tennessee lake home burned down in 2007, the House of Cash Museum was sold to be renovated into office space. But the new Johnny Cash Museum has opened and features an extensive collection of Johnny’s guitars.
114 N. Main St., Roswell, New Mexico
The museum takes a serious approach to the Roswell conspiracy with the aim of educating the general public on all aspects of UFO phenomena.
800 F St. NW, Washington D.C.
The museum has an exhibition celebrating 50 years of James Bond villains, which features over 100 artifacts from the films.
19 1/2 Washington Square N., Salem, Massachusetts
The museum offers a tour of the infamous Salem witch trial sites, as well as information about the origin of witches.
312 Pier View Way, Oceanside, California
The museum documents the history of one of America’s most popular sports. It features exhibits that explore the history of the surfboard and the dangers of the ocean.
Pier 86, 46th Street, New York
Explore interactive exhibits aboard the decommissioned Intrepid aircraft carrier, including the Space Shuttle Pavilion, the USS Growler submarine and the British Airways Concorde Alpha Delta G-BOAD.
1 S. Main St. Salinas, California
Films and documents cover Steinbeck’s life and work including "The Grapes of Wrath."
144 N. Sixth St., Louisville, Kentucky
As well as covering the great athlete’s life and career, the museum features a number of program arenas, encouraging our new generation of leaders to achieve greatness on local, national and global levels.
415 Barren Springs Drive, Houston, Texas
The museum has the largest collection of funeral artifacts, including authentic items used in the funerals of presidents and popes. You'll also learn about mourning rituals in ancient civilizations.
1116 Henriette Delille St., New Orleans, Louisiana
Located in New Orleans’ Tremé neighborhood, the Backstreet Cultural Museum explores jazz culture, festivals and everything about New Orleans’ African-American community.
We're letting off some steam and exploring the wonderful world of modern tea houses that are sticking a pinky finger up to tradition.
Ahh love. It's beautiful, weird and sometimes a little messy. Thankfully, here are six besotted monuments that take all that soppy stuff very literally.