Are you looking for a motorhome getaway that’s a little “outside the box”? Check out some of these wacky attractions that are exciting, unusual and are the perfect excuse for a road trip.
Traveling the country and visiting national parks, beaches and campgrounds is what owning a class B motorhome is all about. These spunky destinations can make for some thrilling pit stops on the open road!
Museum of Natural and Other Curiosities
This museum houses a unique collection of freaks and rarities. A two-headed calf, 8-foot long alligator and strange exoskeletons are part of their collection.
Location: 800 Main St. Hartford, CT
Phone #: (860) 522-6766
Admission: Adults – $6
Miles the Monster
As a concrete, red eyed version of the Hulk, Miles the Monster has been the longstanding mascot for the Dover International Speedway. He is so big he can be seen up to a half a mile away.
Location: 1131 N. DuPont Hwy, Dover, DE
Phone #: (302) 883-6500
Mercer Museum, Historic Galleys
This seven-story castle museum is home to boats hanging on the ceilings, an entire room filled with creepy stove plates and fireplace tiles. It is very strange indeed.
Location: 84 S Pine Street, Doylestown, PA
Phone #: (214) 345-0210
World’s Largest Burgers
Clearfield, Pennsylvania is where you will find the world’s largest burger! Weighing 15 pounds, these burgers will keep even the largest appetite satisfied.
Location: 1452 Woodland Road, Clearfield, PA
Phone #: 814-765-7190
Collect over 13,000,000 pounds of snow, stack it 122 feet high, wrap it in a 13-foot-long scarf and you have the world’s largest snowman!
Location: 8 Station Place, Bethel, ME
Phone #: (207) 824-2282
World’s Tallest Native American
Standing 62 feet high, this structure is the perfect background for some great photos.
Location: High Street, Skowhegan, ME
Phone #: (207) 474-3621
National Museum of Dentistry
Inspect the dentures of George Washington and the regal set of picks and tooth scrapers used by Queen Victoria.
Location: 31 South Greene St. Baltimore, MD
Phone #: (410) 706-0600
Geppi’s Entertainment Museum
A comic book fan’s paradise! At Geppi’s Entertainment Museum they showcase some of the most valuable comic books. Other highlights include a box of Mr. T Cereal and a battery powered Great Garloo.
Location: 301 West Camden St. Baltimore, MD
Phone #: (410) 625-7060
At the Witch Dungeon museum they offer a live performance of an authentic Salem witch trial.
Location: 16 Lynde St. Salem, MA
Phone #: (978) 741-3570
American Classic Arcade Museum
This classic arcade game room is the largest arcade in the world. Visitors can look, touch and even play the games, some which date back to 1971.
Location: US Hwy 3, Laconia, NH
Phone #: (603) 366-4377
Northlandz is regarded as the world’s largest and longest miniature railway sight. They boast over 80 miles of miniature railways! Delicately constructed bridges, tunnels and tracks are amazing to explore.
Location: 495 US Highway 202, Flemington, NJ
Phone #: (908) 782-4022
House of Frankenstein Wax Museum
Come explore this intricate haunted house while spending some time in your motorhome in beautiful Lake George, New York.
Location: 213 Canada Street, Lake George, NY
Phone #: (518) 668-3377
Rhode Island’s Vampire Grave
The legend of Rhode Island’s most famous, alleged vampire’s gravesite is in Exeter. This is the state’s most visited gravesite among ghost hunters and vampire enthusiasts.
Location: Victory Hwy, Exeter, RI
This list is just the Northeastern portion of this great country’s wacky destinations that are located in perfect proximity to some great campsites you can take your class B motorhome.
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