Those are two of the better-known halls of fame.
But why stop there on your travels this summer?
How about the Pinball Hall of Fame in Las Vegas? They’ve got 200 of the most rare pinball machines on display—and they all work.
There’s a Robot Hall of Fame in Pittsburgh.
In Hayward, Wisconsin you’ll find the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame & Museum.
In Long Beach, Washington, there’s the World Kite Museum.
Yes, there’s a hall of fame for just about anything imaginable in America.
Have you ever had your car towed? You won’t want to miss the Towing and Recovery Museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
That’s right. It’s a hall of fame devoted to tow truck drivers. If you’re visiting, be sure you park in an area that won’t get you, uh…towed.
For more quirky and interesting places you can visit in the U.S., check out:
- Where You Can Go Stargazing at National Parks This Summer
- The Best & Worst Places in the U.S. for a Staycation
- You Live Where? Wacky Names of Towns in the USA
- The Best & Worst Cities Where You Can Retire
Keep reading for more travel tips.