5 Fun And Bizarre Roadside Attractions In Louisiana
With only a few weeks left of Summer, you might be looking for a quick road trip or two with the family. If you're someone who enjoys things a little left of center, then you might want to hop in the car and check out a few of these fun and bizarre roadside attractions in Louisiana.
Onlyinyourstate.com has put together a list of 11 of these quirky and fun destinations to check out, but here a few of ones I definitely want to check out.
At the Bonnie and Clyde Ambush Museum, you'll take a trip back to 1934, when the most notorious outlaw couple of all time met their bloody fate in a deadly ambush.
Built by the reclusive Kenny Hill starting in 1990, more than 100 primarily religious concrete sculptures cover the narrow, bayou side property.
Yep, there is a Britney Spears Museum just down the road in Kentwood. You'll see loads of pictures, platinum awards, and even stage sculptures.
The Madonna Chapel is known as the "Smallest Chapel In The World". The church’s dimensions are 13 feet long, and 10 feet wide. Anybody can come take a look inside and pray. A key to the chapel sits inside a box, right near the front door.
Just a quick ride down to Abbeville you'll find these giant Steen’s Syrup Cans. I mean, we all love Steen's, so how can not love GIANT cans of the delicious sweet stuff?