Visit The License Plate Pole In Utah To See A Quirky 81-Foot-Tall Tower Covered In License Plates

Utah has some pretty quirky attractions. There’s Gilgal Gardens, with its Joseph Smith sphinx, Hole ‘N The Rock, a 5,000-square-foot-home turned into a museum, and the grave of Lilly E. Gray, which is marked as “Victim of the Beast,” to name a few.

There’s another quirky spot down in southern Utah that draws people from all over the country. Have you seen the license plate pole?

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Have you contributed your old license plate to this tower?