Parque Jaime Duque
Built by the Colombian aviation pioneer Jaime Duque Grisales as a gift to Colombians, 37 miles north of the capital, the park has some 30 head-scratching attractions. A sculpture garden showcases 700 bizarre statues, including a giant "hand of god" holding a sphere, amid miniaturized Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and a "Dante's Inferno" boat ride. Perhaps strangest of all is its phenomenal music venue, which draws top artists like Moby and Guns N' Roses.
Best of the Strange: Don't miss the torchless, naked male version of the Statue of Liberty that towers over the ancient icons at the park's northwest edge.