The most unique buildings in the US
The Strong National Museum of Play: It is one of the largest history museums in the United States.
Haines Shoe House: The shoe-shaped house was constructed in 1948 by salesman Mahlon Haines to advertise his shoe business.
Cabazon Dinosaurs: Originally built in 1964 as a restaurant attraction, the dinosaur building now serves as a creationist museum.
New Vrindaban Palace of Gold: The palace was intended to be a residence for the founder of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness.
Longaberger Company headquarters: Weighing almost 150 tons, the building opened in 1998.
Bavinger House: The house was constructed in the 1950s by local artists Nancy and Eugene Bavinger.
Community Bookshelf: It consists of 25-foot-high representations of 22 book titles that reflect on the interests of Kansas City readers.
United States Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel: At the time of its commissioning, this modernist building stirred some controversy over.
Bishop Castle: Its constructor, Jim Bishop, began working on what was supposed to be a family project.
Chapel of the Holy Cross: Architect Marguerite Brunswig Staude’s inspiration for the this Roman Catholic chape.