Discover 9 Quirky and Unique American Towns for Your Next Road Trip

Leavenworth, Washington

Experience a taste of Bavaria in this unique town, transformed in the 1960s to attract tourists with its German-inspired architecture and seasonal festivities.

Opa Locka, Florida

Immerse yourself in Moorish Revival architecture along Ali Baba Avenue in this Florida town, reminiscent of Arabian Nights tales.

Marfa, Texas

Explore an art-filled oasis in the Texan desert, home to the intriguing Marfa Lights and an eclectic mix of art installations.

Centralia, Pennsylvania

Witness the eerie phenomenon of an underground coal fire still burning since the 1960s, creating steam and smoke that permeate the town's landscape.

Metropolis, Illinois

Step into the world of Superman in this town, complete with a towering Superman statue, an annual Superman festival, and a newspaper named after The Daily Planet.

Solvang, California

Discover a slice of Denmark in California with mock Tudor buildings, a prominent windmill, and Scandinavian-inspired shops and eateries.

Versailles, Kentucky

Experience a touch of French elegance at the Kentucky Castle B&B while exploring the town's claim as the "Horse Capital of the World" and its bourbon heritage.

Roswell, New Mexico

Delve into the world of extraterrestrial phenomena at the International UFO Museum and explore the town's association with alien sightings and spacecraft landings.

Columbia Falls, Maine

Indulge in all things blueberry in this Maine town, from blueberry-themed goods and gifts to the famous Wild Blueberry Land attraction.