Pete's Tavern

Pete’s Tavern (New York, New York)

Pete’s Tavern in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan, is a historic pub and local attraction of sorts. Thanks to its staying power as a local watering hole, and a strange relationship with writer O.

World's Largest EGG

The World’s Largest Egg (Winlock, Washington)

The World’s Largest Egg (not actually the world’s largest egg) in Winlock, Washington is a twelve foot long, 1,200 pound egg, delicately resting on a ten-foot pole. Surrounded by a grassy median that runs through

The Gros-Horloge Clock in France

The Gros-Horloge (Rouen, France)

Between a Gothic cathedral made famous by the paintings of Claude Monet, and the old market square where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake, runs a small pedestrian street small known as Rue

Alameda Spite House

Alameda Spite House (Alameda, California)

Thanks to modern building codes and city ordinances, the concept of building a house out of spite has long since fallen from the list of great ways to piss off people you don’t like. Since

Powell's Books

Powell’s City of Books (Portland, Oregon)

Very few places on the planet can claim a bookstore to be one of their most visited attractions, and in no place but Portland, Oregon could something like Powell’s thrive for so many years. Powell’s

Ebenezer Baptist Church

Ebenezer Baptist Church (Atlanta, Georgia)

Founded in 1886 by Pastor John A. Parker and eight other people, Ebenezer Baptist Church is an evangelical Christian Baptist church, African American Heritage Site, and tourist attraction located in Atlanta, Georgia. By 1913 the

1 2 3 4 19