Explore The Most Unique Roadside Attraction In New Jersey
There's always something in each and every state that makes it absolutely unique and one of a kind.
However, in Jersey, there's a small list of things that make this place special.
We have access to some pretty amazing beaches, and one-of-a-kind small towns that are perfect for a day trip, and we've got the best food in the country, hands down.
Jersey is also home to some pretty interesting roadside attractions, and one of these attractions is among the most unique in the country.
Firstly, when I think of roadside attractions in Jersey, Lucy the 80-foot elephant in Margate immediately comes to mind.
She's an awesome Jersey Shore original that's a lot of fun to visit while you're spending a day at the beach.
Another staple in the roadside attraction category for Jersey is Sunset Beach.
Home of the famous half-sunk concrete ship just a few hundred feet off the coast of the shore.
But none of those are being called Jersey's most unique roadside attraction.
What Is The Most Unique Roadside Attraction In New Jersey?
It's hard to describe really, like a cross between Jackie Kennedy and Wonder Woman, except she's eighteen feet tall.
Located in the small town of Blackwood you'll want to check out the "The Doll" as she used to be called that stands out front of Werbany Tire Town.
According to 24/7 Tempo, this statue is one of the most unique roadside attractions in Jersey and has been a staple on North Black Horse Pike since the mid-60s.
Have you ever seen this before? What do you think is the strangest roadside attraction in Jersey?
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