Superstition Mountain Museum

Superstition Mountain Museum 4087 East Apache Trail Apache Junction, Arizona submitted by “Butterfly” (Amanda) from Amanda: While making our way through Arizona, we stopped in a random town simply because we were tired and ready to call it a day. We had no idea we’d stumbled upon the Superstition Mountain Museum which features some of the buildings salvaged from the nearby Apacheland Movie...

National Christmas Center

National Christmas Center 3427 Lincoln Highway Paradise, Pennsylvania I normally would have posted this a little closer to Christmas but I don’t want anyone to miss out on the opportunity to visit the National Christmas Center in Lancaster County. It will close for good after 19 years in operation unless a buyer steps in at the last minute. The museum currently plans to end its run on January 7, 2018....

The Wilson Laminate House

Ralph & Sunny Wilson House 1714 South 61st Street Temple, Texas submitted by: Bill Miller Bill: In the small city of Temple, Texas, lived Ralph Wilson, the founder of Wilsonart – a company that produces laminate materials similar to Formica. Mr. Wilson decided to make his late 1950s home both a showplace and test lab for his company’s products, so he basically decorated the entire interior of...

Roadside America Museum – Hillsboro, Texas

Roadside America Museum 212 East Elm Street Hillsboro, Texas submitted by: Bill Miller Bill: Mr. Carroll Estes bought the old Ford dealership in Hillsboro, Texas and now lives in it. He’s in the process of filling it with his collection of 40s and 50s memorabilia, classic cars, and nostalgia. It’s not open regularly (it’s his home, after all) but you can arrange a visit. The star attraction...

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