After getting through this list, you may feel the urge to start packing your car for a long Texas road trip for the weekend.
1. Beer Can House (Houston)
According to The Orange Show, Ripley’s Believe It or Not estimates the house is made of over 50,000 cans.
2. Bracken Cave (San Antonio)
Bracken Cave is home to approximately 20 million Mexican free-tailed bats from March to October, making it one of the largest bat colonies in the world.
3. Cadillac Ranch (Amarillo)
Make your mark. This art installation is one you could contribute to if you bring your own spray paint.
4. Cathedral of Junk (Austin)
Go inside to discover some fascinating items.
5. Dalmatian Fire Hydrant (Beaumont)
This 24-foot, Dalmatian-spotted fire hydrant was assembled at Disney Land in Anaheim, Calif., and donated to the City of Beaumont by the Walt Disney Company for the re-release of the animated movie “101 Dalmatians.”
6. Leaning Tower of Texas (Groom)
Like the Leaning Tower of Pisa, but make it Texan.
7. Prada Marfa (Valentine)
This art installation is probably one of Texas’ most Instagrammable stops.
8. Public Bathroom with See-Thru Walls (Sulphur Springs)
Would you use this bathroom?
America’s only public bathroom with see-through walls, Sulphur Springs, TX— sobore (@sobore) June 12, 2016
(You can see out, not in 😊) pic.twitter.com/9d8QlhwpRZ
9. Soccer Ball (San Antonio)
Created by San Antonio artist Riley Robinson, this half-dome shaped steel soccer ball offers a cool photo op for soccer fans.
10. Stonehenge II (Ingram)
Stonehenge II was built in homage of the original. The concrete sculpture took nine months to build and is 90 percent the height and 60 percent the width of the original.
11. World’s Largest Cowboy Boots (San Antonio)
This is a sight every Texan will enjoy.
12. World’s Largest Caterpillar (Italy)
World's LARGEST caterpillar! Notice the boots painted on the sides portraying its feet! Too cute!Posted by Art Boza on Monday, March 16, 2020