Earlier, I mentioned
the great American tradition of the roadside attraction — those weird, often wacky, always wonderful come-ons that beckoned from the highway’s edge, all designed to amuse or entertain or mystify, all designed to part the tourist from his money and keep him happy while they did it. Fortunately for us, the tradition is alive and well and flourishing in the fertile tourist environment of Central Florida. Of course, a lot has changed; the attractions listed here are clean and modern, there’s nothing suspect or fraudulent going on, and no one is trying to con you out of anything. But a lot remains the same. Gathered together in this chapter then is a cornucopia of museums, monuments, mysteries, and amusements that, in my opinion, partake of this noble legacy of American showmanship. Enjoy!
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