Note: You will be the only person the nice old lady at the front desk has seen in two weeks. Let her talk to you for as long as she wants. It's a mitzvah.
  1. Britney Spears Museum, Kentwood, LA
    Her entire childhood bedroom is behind a glass wall.
  2. The SPAM Museum, Austin, MN
  3. Dexter Avenue Baptist Church Parsonage, Montgomery, AL
    Home of Dr, MLK, Jr. and family from 1954-1960.
  4. Bodie State Historic Park, Bodie, CA
    An original mining town from the late 1800’s. What’s left today stands in a state of “arrested decay."
  5. Jim Henson Museum, birthplace of Kermit the Frog, Leland, MS
  6. Vacuum Cleaner Museum, St. James, MO
    It's hard not to get "sucked in."
  7. The Cotton Museum, Memphis, TN
  8. National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, OK
  9. The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, MA
    The museum library books are listed alphabetically by illustrator
  10. Molly Brown's house, Hannibal, MO
    Yes, the lady from the Titanic.
  11. Idaho Potato Museum, Blackfoot, Idaho
  12. The Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum, Montgomery, AL
  13. Old Courthouse Museum, Monroeville, AL
    The setting of To Kill A Mockingbird, in the hometown of Harper Lee and Truman Capote
  14. Beauvoir, Biloxi, MS
    The presidential library and home of Jefferson Davis
  15. Hammond Castle, Gloucester, MA
    A medieval style castle built between 1926-1929
  16. Lincoln Square, Springfield, IL
    Marks the departure of the Donner Party on April 15, 1946
  17. The Field of Dreams, Dubuque County, IA
    Is this heaven? No, it's Iowa. The baseball field built originally for the movie.