World’s Largest Catsup Bottle (located in Collinsville) was built in 1949 and stands nearly 70 feet tall (on top of resting upon a 100 foot steel base). In case you want to play some trivia while there, you should know that the bottle could hold 640,000 regular-sized bottles of catsup if it were operational. This is a prime example of the diminishing roadside Americana which was once so prevalent.The Superman Museum (aptly located in Metropolis) houses an “unequaled collection” of Superman items numbering over 20,000 (with the museum’s owner personally owning over 100,000 pieces, so expect to see the number change in time). The museum has received many honors and awarded “1 Small Town Attraction In America”. It has also been featured on television shows such as The Daily Show, Entertainment Tonight, EXTRA, as well as dozens of documentary and news programs around the world.Captured Leg of Santa Anna (located in Springfield) is perfect for anyone who has visited the Alamo in Texas and wanted to seek revenge. It seems that Sana Anna lost his leg during a skirmish with the French in 1838, and his artificial leg was captured by soldiers of the 4th Illinois Infantry in 1847 when they sauntered off with it as he was eating lunch. For those who want to know his ultimate demise he died crippled and almost blind from cataracts in Mexico City on June 21, 1876.World’s Largest Cross (located in Effingham) sits at the crossroads of Interstate highways 57 and 70 and measures almost 200 feet tall and 113 feet wide. It is forged out of 180 tons of steel and can withstand winds up to 145 mph should they arise. The cross was erected by the Cross Foundation and it contains no distracting crucifixion icons instead representing the purist symbol of Christianity. Granite blocks, set flush with the earth, serve as simple memorials and as billboards for testimony.