Kitschiest Roadside Attractions in America

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Sometimes the journey is the destination, as our kitschy roadside attractions prove.

Hot Dog Bun Museum, Toledo, OH

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Owner Tony Packo one-ups the tried-and-true habit of hanging autographed celebrity photos on a restaurant’s walls. Instead of photos, he asks celeb guests to sign hot dog buns—it started with Burt Reynolds in the early 1970s and has become a tradition. Look for enshrined buns with John Hancocks of everyone from Kenny G to presidential candidates. —Jessica Adamiak

Kitschiest Roadside Attractions in America

Hot Dog Bun Museum, Toledo, OH

Owner Tony Packo one-ups the tried-and-true habit of hanging autographed celebrity photos on a restaurant’s walls. Instead of photos, he asks celeb guests to sign hot dog buns—it started with Burt Reynolds in the early 1970s and has become a tradition. Look for enshrined buns with John Hancocks of everyone from Kenny G to presidential candidates. —Jessica Adamiak

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