Some notable attractions at exits along I-95 include amusement parks, America's smallest church, a treehouse hotel, famous restaurants, an observatory and a UFO welcome center. To find comprehensive information on what is at each I-95 exit, visit I95ExitGuide.com for the Interstate 95 Exit Information Guide.
An attraction in Portland, Maine, at Exit 7 of I-295 N (which is merged with I-95 at this location) is the Portland Observatory Museum, which is the last maritime signal tower in the United States. A church in South Newport, Georgia, is at Exit 87 of I-95 S and is known for being the smallest church in America as of 2015. Sugar Mill Botanical Gardens is home to exotic and ancient trees and flowers and can be accessed via Old Sugar Road off I-95 in Port Orange, Florida. Other notable attractions at exits along I-95 include the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in near Titusville, Florida; the Oyotunji African Village in Sheldon, South Carolina; the world's largest lightbulb in Edison, New Jersey; and the Museum of Bad Art in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Roadtrippers is a website dedicated to unique and popular attractions along U.S. interstates and highways. It has information on these and other attractions along I-95. This list can be found under the I-95 Attractions section of the Guides page on the website Roadtrippers.com.