Wilma on the way to cartoons screening at the Bedrock Theatre.
The free Johnson Victrola Museum has some spectacular ones, along with an exhibit devoted to Nipper, the RCA mascot, and a recreated record shop circa 1910.Aptly named, Monkey Island in Homosassa is inhabited by five monkeys: Ralph, Sassy, Ebony, Eve, and Emily.The Frog Bridge of Willimantic commemorates a night in 1754 when everyone thought it was Judgment Day -- but the ominous noise was just drought-panicked frogs fighting to the death over pond water.Maybe it's no Nashville, but Dover is where recorded music came to be: Eldridge Reeves Johnson created the Victrola here.Related: 50 Weird Laws From Around the World Better at art than the family feed mill business, Larry Godwin used steel sheets welded to solid round rods to make this 26-foot-long, 13-foot-high pig mounted on a trailer in 1967. The Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman is also known as "Jerusalem in Miniature." Handmade by a Benedictine monk, the grotto is home to 125 miniature replicas of historic buildings, events, and shrines from around the world.
Find it in Dothan, outside a scrap metal yard at the Ross Clark Circle on U. Many of the pieces were made with donated materials -- everything from colored glass and pieces of marble to bathroom tiles. Deep in the Petersburg Census Area is Natural Rock Face, an unusual stone formation in the Alaskan wilderness that resembles a face in profile.
Homosassa Riverside Resort, which owns the island and takes care of the animals, offers boat tours and dinner cruises that promise an up-close look at the monkeys.
The Danville B&B in Geneva is a whole tiny town, including a pub and theater, self-contained in an airplane hangar.
Children 15 and under are free; adults must purchase a ticket that's valid for seven days.
For a fictional dose of prehistory, hop on the Fredmobile tram and ride through volcano Mount St.
At the other end of the spectrum, Tiny Town and Railroad, outside Denver, isn't just a few miniature houses; it's a complete model town shrunk down.