6 Of Montana’s Strangest Roadside Attractions
Evel Knievel's grave, the shortest river in the world, and the Sip n' Dip Mermaids are a few attractions you may have visited during your travels through the Treasure State. But did you know there are two towns in the state that have a bar with a two-headed calf? And there's more than one testicle festival. You can never have enough of those.
During your next trip across the 406, here are 6 of the strangest attractions Montana has to offer (from RoadsideAmerica.com):
- Paul Bunyan's Frying Pan (Libby, MT)
- Hobo Bible Art in a Caboose (Culbertson, MT)
- Teddy Bear Fence (Dupuyer, MT)
- Giant Boom Box (Norris, MT)
- Two-Story Outhouse (Nevada City, MT)
- Garden of 1,000 Buddhas (Arlee, MT)
RoadsideAmerica also listed some Montana attractions that are now extinct. Do you remember these?
- Big Red the Ox in Bozeman.
- Gingham Lady Motel Sign in Miles City.
- Oxen Statue That Pees in Three Forks.
What are some Montana roadside attractions or oddities that you've spotted?