2. Carhenge is Better Than Your Average Junkyard
The ancient druids would be impressed at this auto-homage to their mysterious stone arrangement. Carhenge, located north of Alliance, Nebraska, is a circle of 38 vintage American cars and car parts that replicates England’s Stonehenge almost to scale. It was built by Jim Reinders as a memorial to his dad and dedicated during the 1987 summer solstice. Can’t say you’ll feel any magical vibes while in the shadows of Carhenge, but this tongue-in-cheek roadside attraction certainly makes a striking photo op.