Wyoming – The Fossil Cabin
So maybe you checked out all of the fake dinosaurs scattered throughout the country, but long to get closer to the real thing. Well, you're in luck: About five miles east of Medicine Bow, Wyoming, you'll find what's called "The World's Oldest Building." The Fossil Cabin, named as such for the 5,796 dinosaur bones that were dug up nearby, was originally built as part of a gas station in 1932 by bone collector Thomas Boylan. The cabin eventually lost visitors as an interstate was built south of U.S. Route 30. Not just a roadside attraction, the cabin has been part of the National Register of Historic Places since 2008... believe it or not.
When you're ready to jump in the car and take a trip, you've got plenty to keep you and your little ones entertained. Throw in a few scenic drives and you'll have a vacation no one will ever forget.