Ripley's Believe It Or Not
Titanic: Ship of Dreams
Titanic: Ship of Dreams immerses you in replicas and relics from the doomed ship.
World Bowling Center at Dowdy Pavilion
With floating spacemen and surreal murals adorning the walls, the World Bowling Center at Dowdy Pavilion makes a fun place to hang out...
International Train & Trolley Museum
Home to the most extravagant model train set you can imagine, the International Train & Trolley Museum features toy trains dating...
Howl at the Moon
The audience sings along at the rock-and-roll dueling piano show. It's popular with tourists staying at the area's many hotels.
Organic fruits, vegetables, meat, a salad bar, brick-oven pizza, deli sandwiches, pre-packaged dinners and more. It lies on the corner...
Lonely Planet review
The 1933 World's Fair in Chicago introduced Ripley's collection of 'oddities and unusual people' to the public. While it may today offend 21st-century politically correct sensibilities, this 'odditorium' offers Ripley's vision with no holds barred. A short documentary film chronicles his search for the 'strange, exotic and incredible,' and TVs throughout the museum screen footage of classic Ripley, including exotic food customs, the man with the 'strongest eyes in the world' and a snake slithering through a guy's nose and out his mouth. Twenty-first-century additions tend to focus on the creation of odd, like a dog sculpture made out of clothes pins, rather than the finding of odd.