From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
We love exploring America’s back roads and small towns and finding overlooked gems that the tourist brochures never cover. In a series of weekly blog posts we will be sharing some of America’s lesser-known small town museums, historic sites, and oddball attractions, on a state-by-state basis. We don’t have room to cover each and every attraction in every state, but hope to give you some ideas for places to see in your travels.
Acme: At the Music House Museum you can see the world’s largest collection of mechanical musical devices.
Alberta: In 1935, Henry Ford built a planned community around his sawmill operation here. Today visitors can tour the sawmill, see logging artifacts and learn about Ford’s visionary company town.
Auburn Hills: The Walter P. Chrysler Museum documents the history and growth of the Chrysler Motor Company with exhibits of Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and other Chrysler-brand automobiles from early days to the company’s current offerings.
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