In our ongoing travel guide, Smile Senior care brings you a list of classic roadside attractions.
5. Chandelier Drive-Thru Tree
4. McDonald’s #1 Store Museum
Des Plaines, Ill.
This museum is a recreation of Ray Kroc’s first McDonald’s outlet, which opened in 1955 in Des Plaines Illinois. While the museum has no real restaurant, there’s a McDonald’s across the street.
3. Graceland Too
Holly Springs, Miss.
This tribute was created by the self proclaimed “biggest Elvis fan in the universe”, Paul MacLeod. Open to the public 24/7, you can see a plethora of Elvis memorabilia including his famous grade school report card with an “F” in music.
2. Biosphere 2
Once occupied by “Biosphereans”, the 3.14-acre greenhouse was built between 1987 and 1991. Its purpose was to simulated the hermetically sealed conditions of space colonization. in 1994, the last residents left and now you can tour this futuristic sphere
1. Caddilac Ranch
Next time you are passing through Texas traveling down interstate 40 take a gander at the row of Cadillacs buried nose first into the ground. Created in 1974 by the art group “Ant Farm”, it is said that this Carhenge was created to display the evolution of the vehicle throughout the years.