December 21, 2019
Unique, eclectic, weird. There are many ways to describe the unusual. This week in our Unique Museum Series, discover those South-Central attractions that have the allure of the abnormal.
At the UFO Museum in Roswell, New Mexico, you may leave with more questions than you had before visiting. Staff at the museum aim to pique your interest into events that happened during the 1947 Roswell Incident – an event where a military surveillance balloon crashed on a ranch in Roswell, but many believe it was actually a UFO from another planet. This museum is part of the international UFO museum and Research Center and is home to an intergalactic library. Whether you are a believer or you’re still on the fence, one thing is for sure; this museum explores extraterrestrial American history. Have a blast in your Windsport® Class A motorhome with these features so high tech you will think it was created in another world!
Self-proclaimed to be America’s strangest attraction, the Museum of the Weird in Austin, Texas has an eclectic mix of exhibits. From a cyclops cow, shrunken heads and cursed artifacts – to their very own daily sideshow. The 1872 building that houses the museum is also said to be haunted – perhaps it is the Minnesotan Ice Man or one of the mummies. Who says weird is a bad thing? Weird is just another word for the unexpected. Our toy haulers are a mashup of vehicle, home and garage. Weird? Maybe. Wonderful? Definitely!
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Self-promoted as Louisiana’s most eccentric museum, the Abita Mystery House in Abita Springs, Louisiana has an eclectic collection of glass, car parts, an airstream complete with “aliens” and several buildings that are in their own right part of the collection. The museum is packed to the brim with oddities and folk-art pieces and dioramas the owner has created. Our Miramar® Class A motorhome is also packed to the brim with artistic details, but we won’t keep it a mystery, click below.