The museum is an Alaska attraction you won't want to miss.
It's the largest of its kind in the world, created by world champion ice carver Steve Brice.
Nebraska: East meets West in Fremont, where Main Street displays a horse and carriage afront the Weiland & Son building, on the same block as a modern coffee shop and old-fashioned retailer, Sampter’s. Bonus charm points for the 80 year old Franklin Theatre which presents movies, music, and live theatre.
Texas: South Congress Avenue in Austin is iconic of the city’s fun, chill and weird vibe. Even Walt Disney was so taken by it that he wanted one in both Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom theme parks: A charming street filled with shops, restaurants and people will always become the true center of a town.
You can shop for anything from antiques to clothing to home decor, gifts, stationery, and a variety of unique treasures at the Canton Bazaar.