10 Hidden Locations In The United States

Peanut island

The United States is full of odd attractions which are a little off the usual tourist radar. These sights are worth checking out if you’re interested in the unusual. From historic to just plain freaky, there are certain travel destinations you may want to check out if you’re tired of the more popular tourist traps. For a unique experience, you may want to venture to destinations unknown to much of the populous. For a truly imaginative vacation that stands out from the norm, look no further. We’ve compiled a list of 9 hidden locations that you may find fascinating.

1) JFK Bomb Shelter at Peanut Island in Florida

The early 1960’s were a  scary time in American history with the Cuban Missile Crisis and a real threat of attack coming from off the coast of Florida. A very interesting product of that tense time in history still sits on Peanut Island.  A few minutes away from Peanut Island is a Palm Beach residence that was owned by John F. Kennedy’s Family. In order to protect JFK from a potential missile attack, this amazing underground bunker was built in 1961. For $14 per adult and $8 per child, you can tour this unusual place today, which is now maintained as a museum.