Attractions and Oddities
Instantly put 7,600+ RoadsideAmerica.com North American sights on your personal GPS navigation device. Updated for 2013!
RoadsideAmerica.com Attractions and Oddities™ is a GPS travel guide for your Garmin automotive and outdoor devices such as Nuvi™, Zumo™, Oregon™ and Dakota™ GPS devices. (Also on certain TomTom devices.*)
Attractions and Oddities places thousands of eccentric, entertaining, and unique roadside attractions at your fingertips.
Created by the editors and writers at RoadsideAmerica.com, Attractions and Oddities is a snapshot of rich content for offbeat roadside attractions in the USA and Canada — little museums, “World’s Largest” sights, natural and unnatural mysteries, over-the-top tourist traps, oddball folk artists, monuments, and statues. It's the places you love or have read about on RoadsideAmerica.com and yearn to visit, mapped by our road trip experts.
- Important Info: Directions, hours, phone (where available). Thousands of select photos. Also URLs to find more info on RoadsideAmerica.com (via separate network connected mobile device).
- Filter by Type: View attraction types, such as museums, statues, architecture, or “natural” attractions. Quickly plan a crazy weekend statue safari, or journey along Route 66 to classic roadside attractions.
The Roadside America team worked closely with Spot It Out -- GPS premium content publisher for the History Channel, Zagat, Travel Channel and others -- to create the most entertaining collection of destinations and detours optimized for navigation devices.
RoadsideAmerica.com Attractions and Oddities can be purchased online and downloaded directly to your Garmin device.
* The App is now available for certain models of TomTom GPS devices. Priced somewhat lower because some devices can't display the description and image content, the TomTom version includes all the same map points as the Garmin version. Click the Buy Now button and then select TomTom at the top of the page to check you device availability.
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