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All that's left of the once booming Benewah Dairy Company in Spokane, Wash., are two bottles of milk: two giant milk-bottle buildings, that is. Veer off westbound Interstate 90 and you'll see one.

Spokane, WA - Giant Red Wagon

Sam enjoys the big red Radio Flyer wagon at a city park in Spokane. The wagon is long and the handle is a slide.

1. Washington: | The Coolest Roadside Attractions In Every State

The Coolest Roadside Attractions In Every State

10 Bizarre Roadside Attractions In Washington That Will Make You Do A Double…

10 Bizarre Roadside Attractions In Washington That Will Make You Do A Double Take

We have some pretty weird attractions here in the Northwest. Check out these 10 strange things that be seen just off the side of the road.

This historic Campbell House, designed by architect Kirtland Cutter, is located next door to the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture. Tours of Campbell House provide a fascinating glimpse of upper-class life in the early 20th century.

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This historic Campbell House, designed by architect Kirtland Cutter, is located next door to the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture. Tours of Campbell House provide a fascinating glimpse of upper-class life in the early century.

Franks Diner is one of the top spots for a delicious breakfast. The building itself is actually an old railway cart that has been converted into a restaurant. Very cool!  I love this place..

'Franks Diner ~ Spokane Love the huckleberry pancakes' . I believe I've pinned this before, it's been so long since I've been to Spokane

Ave Maria Grotto, Cullman, Ala. - With discarded building supplies, marbles, bricks, tiles, pipes, seashells, costume jewelry and plastic animals, Brother Joseph Zoettl constructed more than 125 miniature reproductions of many of the world's most famous religious structures and landmarks. The Benedictine monk of St. Bernard Abbey in Cullman, Ala., devoted some 50 years to the project.

Top 50 American Roadside Attractions

Brother Joseph Zoettl constructed more than 125 miniature reproductions of many of the world's most famous religious structures and landmarks.

Roadside Attractions - Giant statue of Hiawatha in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Roadside Attractions - Giant statue of Hiawatha in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. i have been there with my sister and one of my grandmas friends live near it!

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The World's largest roadside attractions - slide 5

Standing 134 feet tall, the world's largest thermometer was built in 1991 to commemorate the record high temperature of 134 degrees recorded in Death Valley in

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