Wherever one is planning to travel in the world, there is likely to be a small-scale theme park, seasonal exhibit, or fair close-by, but the truly unique and bizarre theme parks and attractions are rare and may require travelers to intentionally seek them out.
Grutas Park in Lithuania, established in 2001, recalls the nation's past under Soviet influence by preserving and exhibiting the statues of Soviet dictators that once peppered the landscape of the Eastern bloc, the Huffington Post reports.
Tierra Santa, Argentina, has a deep religious theme, exhibiting a recreation of Bethlehem in Biblical times, complete with a rising Jesus statue.
Diggerland, England features a theme park that promises to satisfy a fantasy many travelers may have had as kids: to ride in various forms of construction equipment.
Jeju Miniature Theme Park in South Korea consists of 4 acres of miniature models of famous buildings around the world, including the Sacre-Coeur and the Sydney Opera House.
People traveling with children that find themselves near one of these locations may want to pay one of these parks a visit, since they have the potential to provide everything from laughs to learning opportunities.
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