Top 5 Most Unique McDonald’s locations. These are the 5 McDonald's restaurants that we thought are in the most unique locations. If you like McDonald's then you will want to visit every one of these locations after watching this video!
5. St. Louis, MO
The first McDonald's on a Riverboat was stationed in the Mississippi River near the Gateway Arch, the second being built to the east, in Cincinnati, on the Ohio River. Both were fun to visit and attracted new visitors to these cities. The riverboat McD's are gone, but the memories remain…
4. Ulsan, South Korea
This McDonald’s drive-thru is an interesting location. It doesn’t use the typical red and yellow color scheme, opting instead for bright pinks and neon. The structure also sports a huge moth-wing-like structure on tall columns that keeps the customers outside from getting wet when it rains. The structure wasn’t built to keep the outside diners dry though, but because this McDonald’s also sells gasoline!
3. Madrid, Spain
This is not your typical McDonald’s. The burgers actually taste like all-beef and you get real potato wedges instead of fries. They also serve beer, a rather unusual menu item that you won’t see in most McDonald’s. The inside architecture is very classy due to its marble walls and chandeliers. The outside architecture is incorporated into the outside historical buildings of the Gran Via.
2. Lindvallen, Sweden
Sweden can lay claim to the first "Ski-through" McDonald’s, aptly named McSki. It is located in the Lindvallen resort in Stockholm. Skiers can ski up to the counter, order their food and ski off. There is also a full size restaurant for those who want to rest their legs!
1. Taupo, New Zealand
If you’re ever taking in the natural scenery in New Zealand and feel the need to eat something familiar, the McDonald’s near Lake Taupo would be a nice option. A DC-3 sticks out of the side of the play area and even has a dining area inside the plane during the day-time hours. The plane once carried passengers for Australian National Airways and then spent time as a crop duster before being turned into a McDonald’s.