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America is filled with them. They’re strange, odd, quirky places of interest. You know, those tourist sites that usually don’t appear on the glossy flyers at the welcome centers. Each week, Elizabeth takes us on a ride to:
If you know of such a place and would like us to consider featuring it on Destination: Unknown, send an email to: Elizabeth@FoodNationRadio.com
AIR DATE – 08/29/2020
Elizabeth takes us to Gibsonton, Florida, the retirement center for former circus performers and home to the International Independent Showman’s Association museum dedicated to generations of amazing circus performers.
AIR DATE – 08/22/2020
Elizabeth takes us to “the secret city” of Oak Ridge, Tennessee. In 1942, the Manhattan Project was put into operation at a huge facility hidden in a small, mountain town behind a tall fence. Employees there were not told what they were making but the government knew! Today the site is part of the American Museum of Science and Energy and is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the Knoxville area.
AIR DATE – 08/15/2020
Elizabeth takes us on a tour of “drunk vacation” locations around the country. Needless to say, Bourbon Street in New Orleans sits on top of the list.
AIR DATE – 08/08/2020
Elizabeth takes us to Alamogordo, New Mexico and Pistachioland, site of the world’s largest pistachio. Pistachioland bills itself as “The Nuttiest Place in New Mexico.”
AIR DATE – 08/01/2020
Elizabeth takes us to Linthicum Heights, MD, site of American Urological Association Foundation, a museum dedicated to the study urology, and preservation of urological medical tools.
AIR DATE – 07/25/2020
Elizabeth takes us to Middleton, Wisconsin, site of The National Mustard Museum
AIR DATE – 07/18/2020
Elizabeth takes us to Las Vegas, Nevada and a visit to The Neon Museum. It’s a trip through the history of Las Vegas as told by neon signs.