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Ten Unique Attractions in Southern California

Southern California is where you can enjoy a myriad of activities, festivals, and the sun, sea and sand. If you would like to discover more of Southern California, you must visit these ten unique attractions that are awesome and amazing.

  • The Whaley House in old town San Diego.  One of the most haunted places in the country. It has a very interesting history and will spook you, hopefully just a little bit.
  • Salvation Mountain or Painted Mountain in the town of Niland. A sight to behold, Salvation Mountain was built, created and painted by one man, Leonard Knight, for more than 30 years. It is still a work in progress.
  • International Banana Museum in Mecca. This is a must visit for people who love bananas! You will find banana related and banana made items ranging from toys, accessories, jewelry, and clothing apparel.
  • Tios Tacos in Riverside. A taco restaurant where you can savor authentic Mexican dishes and enjoy unique and funky work of arts made from oyster shells, huge cans and kegs, and chicken wire.
  • Cabazon Dinosaurs and the Dinosaur Museum near Cabazon. Your kids will get a kick out of huge man-made dinosaurs that are said to be the biggest in the world. It also features a Dinosaur Museum.
  • The Original In-N-Out drive thru in Baldwin Park, Los Angeles. This is where you will learn more about the most delicious burgers in California. Check out the original prices of the burgers, fries, and drinks.
  • Nitt Witt Ridge in Cambria. A unique architecture and a structure made of an assortment of materials ranging from common building materials, concrete, abalone shells, beer cans, and other stuff that the locals did not need. It is a California Historical Landmark.
  • Monarch Butterfly Grove in Pismo Beach. Best seen during the months of November to January. Thousands of monarch butterflies make this their home during the cold months.
  • Bubblegum Alley in San Luis Obispo. A little gross yet amazing. The 15-foot high and 70-foot long alley is filled with thousands of pieces of chewed bubble gums.  
  • Ostrich Land in Solvang. Enjoy feeding ostriches, have photos with them, and buys ostrich products including eggs, jerkies, feather dusters, and meat.

This is just a tip of the iceberg. Don’t forget to add them into your itinerary.  Enjoy the weird and unusual in Southern California.

 

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