If you don’t have money for a road trip, here’s the next best thing! Visit the west to the east coast, and get to know the 50 states in America by taking a look at some of the coolest souvenir magnets they have to offer.
Here are the best refrigerator magnets in the U.S.A. Tour the land of the free, home of the brave. Stick these magnets on your fridge, and you’ll have a fun reminder of your favorite destinations!
Are these magnets not available anymore? Let them inspire the custom magnets you create for your gift shop.
Life in the south is all about home cooking, whether it’s a pot of gumbo or delicious bowl of chili and cornbread. These adorable magnetic teaspoons are the perfect homage to southern hospitality. 95.64% of Alabama is rural, and custom spoons would be a welcome addition in any farmhouse kitchen.
Alaska officially became a U.S. state on January 3, 1959. This foil magnet represents all that the state is known for – long, cold winters, twinkling northern lights, and diverse wildlife, which includes bison, owls, reindeer, seals, wolves, and of course, polar bears.
Kokopelli is a flute-playing deity who watches over childbirth and agriculture. He’s also a proud symbol of the Southwestern United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, there are over 300,000 Native Americans living in Arizona in 21 distinct tribes. The mythical figure derives from the ancient beliefs of those native peoples, making it a wonderful addition to any refrigerator.
Do you like ghost towns? If so, you’ll the Majestic Hotel. This tourist spot in Hot Springs National Park had a meteoric rise to fame, but despite a $1 million restoration with beautiful new glass elevators and surrounding waterfall, it had plummeting occupancy rates and was mysteriously destroyed by a fire in 2010. This magnet represents a little piece of abandoned America!
These small magnets are 3D replicas of the iconic cable cars that drive down the winding, hilly streets of San Francisco. Think of the cars as moving landmarks with a history that goes back to 1873. While there may be buses, subways, and other forms of public transportation, the California Street Cable Car line still has 12 large cars in operation today. You can’t say you’ve truly experienced The Golden City without hopping aboard!
Pop the top on your beer by literally using a bear! Colorado is home to an estimated 12,000 American Black Bears. These tree-climbing omnivores may not help open your drink like these magnetic bottle openers, but they do live near oak and aspen trees such as the ones found in Rocky Mountain National Park. Be aware if you’re hiking or camping in this area, or any forest preserve in The Centennial State.
Maybe Connecticut’s nickname should be “Crispy Connecticut” because these folks love their bacon! In fact, Connecticut was ranked #5 on the list of bacon-loving states in the country. The state even has a famous “Bacon Trail” that goes from Nodine’s Smokehouse in Canton to Flander’s Donut, Bagel, and Bake Shop in East Lyme.
Breathe in that fresh air by sticking these handmade state magnets to your fridge. Delaware is home to more than 1,600 species of native plants, many of which are extremely rare and can only be found in wetland areas. Each magnet is equipped with a mini air plant, which will have you thinking of the forests, coastal plains, sandy beaches, and swampland you’ll find all over the state.
Walt Disney World lost a reported $5 billion during the COVID-19 pandemic. The theme park kept their reputation as “the happiest place on Earth” by keeping it light with these hygiene-themed magnets for their passholders. Tinkerbell, Mickey, Minnie, and other popular Disney characters can be seen wearing face masks and encouraging visitors to be safe!
Georgia is known as The Peach State for a reason! The southern state has over 1.6 million peach trees and produces about 30 million pounds of peaches every single year. This cute fridge magnet will inspire you to whip up delicious dishes like peach glazed chicken, fruit salad, and everyone’s favorite, Peach Cobbler!
Say “aloha” to this “Hang Loose” magnet from 1995, which was handcrafted from molten lava! Hawaii is associated with a lush landscape that includes hibiscus flowers, tropical turtles, and over 75 volcanoes. Mauna Loa, the largest volcano on Earth, is projected to erupt in the next few years!
You can’t think of Idaho without thinking about potatoes! A blogger named Shannon O’Neil picked up these cool souvenir magnets at the airport gift shop when she arrived to the state. Idaho leads the nation in potato production with one-third (33%) of the U.S. total quantity. Growers may produce over 30 different varieties, which are used to make midwestern delicacies like French fries, tater tots, casseroles, and potato pancakes.
Grab yourself a Chicago-style hot dog, and enjoy watching the Cubs play at Wrigley Field. Wrigley is as iconic as Navy Pier and the Willis Tower and was even ranked #2 on NBC Sport’s list of top ballparks in the country. The magnet featured here is a ticket stub that looks just like the ones used during the Great Depression.
Drivers, start your engines! The Indy 500, which started in 1911, draws over 400,000 visitors every single year. Put these vintage magnets on your fridge and a few checkered dish towels on your oven, and you’ll feel like you brought the high-octane Indianapolis Motor Speedway to your kitchen. You may even be inspired to buy a racecar of your own!
Everyone loves a good pun, and the Iowa State Fair is known for printing them on promotional souvenirs. Some other fun graphic designs used in the past include beer mugs with the saying, “I got mugged at the Iowa State Fair, and for 2020, a cow wearing a face mask next to the saying, “Next year will be even butter.” This pig magnet is another great souvenir magnet, representing the over 5,000 hog farms in Iowa. The state also happens to be the #1 producer of pork in America.
Dorothy had a feeling she wasn’t in Kansas anymore, but you won’t have that problem with these handcrafted, clay refrigerator magnets. The Sunflower State is home to the first EF5 tornado on record, which destroyed 95% of the city of Greensburg in 2007. With a ton of farmland and wheat fields, Kansas experiences an average of 96 tornadoes each year according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Cheer on the jockeys racing in The Kentucky Derby, and afterward, pour some old-fashioned bourbon in whiskey glasses to celebrate your chosen horse’s victory! These unique barrel-shaped fridge magnets are not only fun wedding favors, but they also pay homage to Kentucky’s drink of choice. There are 2 barrels of bourbon for every person living in Kentucky!
New Orleans should be renamed souvenir city because they have some of the coolest gift shops out there. This creepy, cool magnet features 3 voodoo dolls in Mardi Gras inspired colors. Mysticism and voodoo goes back in Louisiana to the early 1700s. You can learn more about these beliefs today by taking the New Orleans: French Quarter, Cemetery, and Voodoo Tour, or by visiting the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum.
Have you ever read a novel by Stephen King? The bestselling author often sets his novels in small town Maine. While you won’t find any evil clowns or zombie cats in the area today, you will find plenty of lobsters! Maine’s Department of Marine Resources reports that the value of the state’s lobster fishery is at over $480 million. Put these magnetic plush toys on your fridge for a little piece of The Pine Tree State in your kitchen.
It’s hard to feel crabby when you put these refrigerator magnets in your kitchen! They’re not only fun souvenirs, but they also feature an easy recipe for steamed crabs. A staggering 50% of the U.S. blue crab harvest comes directly from the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland. Luckily, you don’t have to dive into the water to cook up an amazing seafood dish right at home! You can also be inspired to make your own dish with these state magnets on the fridge.
Located near Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard is a beautiful island and popular tourist attraction in the summer. You’ll find sprawling, waterfront properties with Victorian, Cape Cod, and Colonial architecture. 63% of these homes belong to seasonal residents who visit when the sun is out and they can enjoy a day of boating, wine tasting, and general sightseeing.
The Sleeping Bear Dunes covers over 70,000 acres in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. Recognized as a U.S. National Park, the dunes has it all – hiking trails, beaches, forest preserves, farmsteads, and an incredible 65-foot lighthouse. The cool fridge magnets featured here have unique cutout shapes and are sure to start a conversation at your next dinner party!
With 520 stores on 4 different floors, the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota sees an estimated 40 million visitors every year. The giant shopping center has your favorite stores like Victoria’s Secret and American Eagle, but also offers unique experiences for the family like a mirror maze, indoor theme park, aquarium, and even glow-in-the-dark mini golf! It’s a must-see stop in Minnesota with something fun for the entire family.
It’s time for a trip down by the bayou! The Mississippi River is 2,320 miles of saltwater with diverse marine life including: nesting turtles, alligators, leopard frogs, and most notably, catfish. The state magnet featured here has a beautiful illustration of the marshlands. It also features the USS Queen of the West – a famous steamer ship that had a significant role in the American Civil War.
These cool 3D refrigerator will catch your eye every time you walk into the kitchen for a snack! Each one is molded from plastic and shows all the glory found at The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri. 40 blocks in the downtown area had to be destroyed in order to make room for this symmetrical monument, which is 630 feet tall and 630 feet wide. The end result is a popular tourist attraction with thousands of visitors every single day.
You likely imagine music festivals, free love, and the 60’s revolution when you think about tie-dye. But don’t overlook these cool moose magnets! These beautiful animals can be found all over the state, from Glacier National Park to Yellowstone. An estimated 5,000 moose are found in Montana, with most of them living in the western side of the state. Unfortunately, they’re just plain old brown and don’t have cool tie-dye hides!
Whether you like your corn creamed, roasted, or popped, Nebraska is the place for you! According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the value for corn in Nebraska was forecast at $11.9 billion in 2020, up 22% from the previous year. The state ranked #3 in the United States and is capable of planting thousands of acres of corn every single year.
Viva Las Vegas! Here’s another U.S. destination that could be thought of as souvenir city. There are countless gift shops on The Strip and even more in the hotels. The cool magnet featured here is a spinnable roulette wheel from the Luxor, one of the most popular places to stay in Las Vegas for the over 49.5 million people who visit every year. The hotel looks like a pyramid and has an iconic sky beam projecting from the top.
There’s a reason New Hampshire is known as “The Granite State!” The 9th state in the union is known for its rock formations and quarries. The Concord Quarry alone produces an estimated 25,000 tons of granite every single year. This granite is used to build many notable U.S. landmarks, including the Library of Congress in Washington, DC, which was built from 30,000 tons of New Hampshire granite!
The MTV reality show “Jersey Shore” leads you to believe that New Jersey is all about the gym, tanning, and laundry. However, this superficial depiction doesn’t do the Garden State justice! Take a walk down the longest boardwalk in the world in Atlantic City, which spans 5.5 miles along the Atlantic Ocean. You can also visit Cape May or Morey’s Pier for a bit of seaside fun! These state magnets feature beautiful watercolor seashells on sand that is the same shape as New Jersey on the U.S. map.
Come in peace to Roswell, New Mexico – a city known for being the site of an alleged UFO crash in 1947. The state even has an International UFO Museum, which opened in 1992! New Mexico is ranked 5th in the nation in reported UFO sightings with a total of 130. The rubber refrigerator magnets featured here are a cartoonish depiction of all this mysterious extraterrestrial activity.
Roughly 65 million people visit New York every year, so it’s no surprise that they have a ton of great souvenir fridge magnets in their gift shops. It would be easy to pick the obvious tourist attractions like the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, or Broadway. These sewer fridge magnets, however, are way more unique and represent the urban charm that is found all over NYC. Look closely and you’ll see the city’s initials etched right into the center!
Light up your kitchen with these gorgeous North Carolina magnets! They feature a blend of cool colors and an LED moon that can be turned on and off via a push button at the top. North Carolina is known for its scenic beaches with 300 miles of coastline along the Atlantic Ocean. Just be careful where you go! According to legend, 1,000 ships have either been lost, crashed, or totally disappeared off Cape Hatteras.
“Home on the Range” is a famous song with lyrics that go – “Give me a home, where the buffalo roam.” This hit may as well have been about North Dakota! The agricultural state is well-known for the wild bison that roam the prairies and badlands. You can take the Buffalo Trails Tour or visit the National Buffalo Museum, 6,000 of great exhibits and even old-fashioned stagecoach rides!
Everyone loves dancing to “YMCA” at weddings. Change it up by spelling out “O-H-I-O” instead! These block-shaped state magnets are hand carved from fallen wood, cherry, or oak trees. Despite the industrial appearance of cities like Toledo, Cincinnati, and Akron, Ohio has a ton of forestlands with buckeye trees that grow up to 40 feet tall. The state is also the leading producer of greenhouse and nursery plants in the United States.
While Oklahoma is known for cowboys, Route 66, and plenty of tornadoes, they also have a ton of beautiful coastlines. Oklahoma has over 55,000 miles of shoreline, which is more than the Atlantic and Gulf coasts combined. These unique fridge magnets are filled with actual soil from Oklahoma City. They’re fun keepsakes that show the gorgeous dark sand you can stroll on in the Sooner State.
Hop on your bicycle and see the scenic sites of Oregon, from Crater Lake National Park to Newberry National Volcanic Monument. The state is known for not only their love of artisan donuts and the many beavers that roam the land, but also being home to a ton of devout bicyclists. In Portland, there are over 350 miles of bike trails and 6.3% of commuters use them every day.
Do you love chocolate? How about Hershey’s chocolate? Send your taste buds on a journey by taking a vacation to Hershey, Pennsylvania – home of Hersheypark. While you are there, you can pick up these cool snow globe refrigerator magnets! Hersheypark opened in 1907 and was meant to be a fun place to relax and unwind after a long day at work. Now over 3 million people visit the theme park every year!
Rhode Island may be the smallest state in America, but it makes up for it with incredible scenery. One of the most exciting places is WaterFire Providence where more than 100 bonfires are lit in large pans on the Woonasquatucket River. These wood fridge magnets smell like burning wood and have intricate laser engraved flames etched in the middle. Visitors can enjoy the sparkling water, while taking in the street performers, vendors, and live music that is set up along the brick walkways and footbridges.
Surfs up! You won’t want to miss Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where the waves are an average of 3 to 4 feet in height. It’s the perfect spot for those who want to try surfing for the first time! After you’re done hitting the waves, you can take a walk on the boardwalk to ride the SkyWheel, or check out a musical at the Carolina Opry. These colorful fridge magnets are the perfect keepsakes from this beautiful vacation destination. They also work as bottle openers if you want a good drink after a day on the water.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if a cat were actually the fifth head on Mount Rushmore? Too bad that’s not true! This souvenir magnet is the next best thing, featuring the iconic Black Hills monument in all its glory. Mount Rushmore took 14 years to complete until it was finally finished on Halloween in 1941. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln now get visited by about 3 million people every year!
These custom refrigerator magnets are shaped like a guitar and are made from real wood. Graceland first opened to the public in 1939 and has welcomed more than 500,000 visitors ever since. In fact, it’s the #2 most famous home in America behind The White House! Elvis Presley’s home is a must-see destination for any music lover.
Giddy up! It’s time to take a vacation to Texas – the 2nd largest state in America. Not only is Texas known for its rich history and magnificent national parks, but it also happens to be home to the nine-banded armadillo. Armadillos came to Texas in the 1970s from South America, and today they can be found as far north as Austin. You’ll love sticking these vibrant rubber magnets to your fridge as an ode to the Lone Star State! They also have Texas’s patriotic flag in the background!
Salt Lake City, Utah is known for getting an average of 54 inches of snowfall every year. You’ll find a ton of great ski resorts and snowy mountains to visit all over the state. However, Utah also happens to be the highest consumer of Jell-O in the world! When the state hosted the Winter Olympics in 2002, visitors were able to take home these unique state magnets to celebrate the monumental occasion!
Vermont is home to lush forests, green mountains, wooden bridges, hiking trails, and plenty of ski and snowboarding hills. They also happen to be a state with a ton of cows. In fact, there is 1 cow for every 3.8 people that live in Vermont. These folks love their dairy as Vermont is also home to the Ben & Jersey’s factory. Take a tour and buy cool Ben & Jersey’s swag in the gift shop like t-shirts, ceramic mugs, and of course, ice cream scoopers!
Eight influential U.S. presidents, including Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, were from Virginia, which is why it’s often thought of as the “birthplace of the nation.” You can even visit Jefferson’s estate, Monticello, in Charlottesville. Most importantly, Virginia is home to the capital of the United States – Washington D.C. These adorable fridge magnets can be found in the White House gift shop!
The Space Needle was built in just 400 days for the 1962 World’s Fair. If you’re visiting Washington, it’s a must to take a picture in front of this architectural wonder. You can even pick up a few of these cool 3D refrigerator magnets to bring home later. Just be sure to bring along your umbrella in case of rain!
Etched in the center of these tree stump magnets, you will see the paths for the New River and Gauley River – famous waterways in West Virginia. New River is 230 miles long and is one of the oldest rivers in North America. The Gauley River, meanwhile, is 105 miles long and is a great place for white water rafting. Both sites offer hiking, ziplining, fishing, and plenty of incredible scenic sites for you to explore.
Cheese curds, Swiss cheese, mac ‘n cheese pizza …there’s a reason Wisconsin is the land of the cheeseheads. There are close to 1,200 licensed cheesemakers in Wisconsin who make 26% of the cheese consumed and sold in the United States. You’ll even see cheese foam hats at almost every Green Bay Packers game! The refrigerator magnets featured here are way less flashy souvenirs than giant cheese hats and are available through the University of Wisconsin’s bookstore.
Visit Wyoming, and you’ll feel like you traveled back in time to the Wild West. While you’re there, be sure to stop at Yellowstone National Park! More than 4 million people visit Yellowstone National Park every single year, and it’s likely that every one of those visitors would love looking at these heavy vintage brass state magnets on their fridge at home!
You may or may not be able to find these custom fridge magnets for your own home, but at the very least, it’s fun looking at the souvenirs each state has to offer. It’s a chance for you to get to know the fifty, nifty United States!
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