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View this catalog of some of the unique magnets we have designed. You can look by business or click below and view our full gallery.


Adventureland Park is a family-owned amusement park near Des Moines, Iowa. Adventureland has a water park called Adventure Bay, as well as more than 100 rides, shows, and attractions.

Since 1986, Alaskan Brewing Company been tapping into the state’s rich brewing history to create innovative beers that are enjoyed across America. Beers like the Amber and Husky IPA can be found in 22 states, currently.

The Georgia Golf Hall of Fame includes the Augusta Golf & Gardens Botanical Garden. The garden once included beautiful flowers and sculptures of famous golfers like Arnold Palmer. The Augusta Golf & Gardens facility is one of the most famous clubs in the world for exclusive golfers.


The Black Bear Casino is part of a resort located in eastern Minnesota. Along with the casino, the resort includes a hotel, arcade, golf course, steakhouse, event center, coffee shop, and sauna.

Kansas City’s Boulevard Brewing Company is Missouri’s largest craft brewery and one of the largest in the country. The brewer is known for its unique, full-bodied beers – like the Boulevard Wheat and Tank 7 – as well as its commitment to eco-friendly manufacturing.

Located in Michigan, Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland is the largest Christmas-themed store in the world. Visitors can feel the holiday magic all year round, except on Christmas, ironically.

Busch Gardens is a popular park with several locations across the US. The main park has themed areas with different varieties of roller coasters, water slides, and animal attractions. Our magnets focused on the Williamsburg, VA location.


Music lovers the world over have visited the Chicago Symphony Orchestra since 1891 to experience a performance by one of the greatest orchestras. As its name states, the orchestra can be heard live at the Symphony Center in Chicago.

Cracker Barrel, a popular chain restaurant dotting the Midwest, is home to delicious southern dishes, quick and friendly service, and waiting room/general stores where you can find unique trinkets and Ideaman Magnets.


Creepyworld and The Darkness are horror-themed haunted house parks called Screamparks. Located in St. Louis, Missouri, these are two of the largest and oldest screamparks in the United States.


Denali is North America’s tallest peak. The Denali National Park and Preserve is 6 million acres of Alaska wilderness filled with wildlife, tundra, forests, and glacier.

Dewey’s Pizza is a chain restaurant with 25 different locations scattered between Cleveland, Ohio, and Kansas City, Missouri. Dewey’s is known for its fresh dough and ingredients, as well as its unique pizza topping combinations.

Dedicated to the oldest-running soft drink in the United States, the Dr. Pepper Museum is recognized as the only nonprofit museum geared toward a soft drink. Located in the original building that manufactured the soda, the museum is home to more than 300,000 artifacts and is a popular attraction in Waco, Texas.


Built in 1904, the Ford Pique Avenue Plant was one of the first centers of automobile production for the Ford Motor Company. Visitors to the Detroit plant can take a tour where the Model T was born and explore an array of antique cars, as well as our custom 3D magnets.


Glacier National Park is a 1500-square-mile wilderness area located in Montana’s Rocky Mountains. The park features breath-taking views of glacier=carved peaks and valleys, as well as the Hidden Lake.

The Grand Canyon National Park is a popular landmark in the US located in Arizona. This landmark is famous for its hiking trails and its unique combinations of geological color and erosional forms that decorate the canyon.

In northwest Wyoming, the Grand Teton National Park covers the Teton mountain range, the Grand Teton Peak, and the Jackson Hole valley. The park is popular in the summer for backpacking, camping, fishing, hiking, and mountaineering.

Grant’s Farm is a historic farm and landmark attraction in St. Louis. On the farm’s 281-acre site, visitors can interact with hundreds of exotic animals, a petting zoo and the famous Budweiser Clydesdale in their stables.

The Grissom Air Museum is one of Indiana’s most popular museums. Visitors can currently view 24 aircrafts, while eight more aircrafts are going through restoration to be displayed in the future.

Located in Gulf Shores, Alabama, the Gulf Coast Zoo allows visitors to get up-close-and-personal with with hundreds of animals, such as sloths, kangaroos, and lemurs.


Hershey’s Chocolate World is a fun attraction for anyone with a sweet tooth. Located in the Hershey, PA, where the popular candy originated, the park features a bunch of interactive activities.

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The John F. Kennedy Space Center is NASA’s primary launch center for manned spaceflight. The KSC is located on Florida’s east coast, and has about 700 buildings, including a visitor center on nearly 150,000 acres.


Marie Laveau’s House of Voodoo is a museum and shop on Bourbon Street dedicated to the famous Voodoo Queen of New Orleans. The shop is located in the original home of Marie Laveau and it’s said that she still haunts the site.


The NASCAR Hall of Fame is a favorite destination of fans of the sport. The high-tech venue is home to artifacts, exhibits, a theater, a restaurant, a broadcast studio, and more. Visitors love Glory Road, a banked ramp that showcases historic cars and tracks.

Ideaman’s custom magnets can be found across the world at popular tourist spots like the Nigeria National Arts Theatre. The theatre is the epicenter of the country’s artistic and cultural landscape.


Set in the heart of the Pocono Mountains, the Paradise Stream Resort is an adults-only romantic retreat on a private lake. The resort has nearly 150 suites, two restaurants, two bars, and a nightclub.


Raging Waves is Illinois’ largest waterpark with 26 slides, a quarter-mile lazy river, giant wave pool, and more. The park is located 45 minutes west of Chicago.

The Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado encompasses mountains, forests, and alpine tundra. Outdoors enthusiasts know the park for its Trail Ridge Road and Old Fall River Road, two gorgeous scenic drives.


Santa’s Village AZoosment, located near Chicago, is a Christmas-themed mash-up of a zoo and theme park. Families can enjoy around 20 rides and hundreds of exotic and farm animals.

If you’re traveling through Colorado and are fascinated by the mysterious Bigfoot, a stop at the Sasquatch Outpost is a must. The museum and retail shop is filled with souvenirs and memorabilia dedicated to the elusive creature, and they also sell hiking and camping gear if you’re wanting to go out for a sasquatch search.

The Space Needle is an observational tower in Seattle. This United States landmark was built for the 1962 World’s Fair, and still draws nearly 20,000 people each day.

The Shark Reef is a public aquarium located in the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Visitors can come face-to-face with sharks, sea turtles, piranhas, giant rays, and explore one of the largest tanks in North America.

Shasta Lake is a popular vacation destination in California. It is the state’s largest reservoir and 3rd largest body of water. The lake is known for its many natural caverns and large dam.

Shenandoah National Park runs along the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. The park has a Skyline Drive that extends along the length, as well as a vast network of trails, including a stretch of the famous Appalachian Trail.

As its name presents, this museum is dedicated to America’s favorite canned meat. Located in Austin, Minnesota, south of Minneapolis, the Spam Museum is filled with interactive exhibits that the entire family can enjoy.


Since the late 1886, the Statue of Liberty has been a beacon of freedom, friendship, and hope. Located in New York City, the statue was originally a gift from France and was built by the renowned Gustave Eiffel.

The 630-foot tall Gateway Arch is the tallest arch in the world and the tallest man-made monument in the Western Hemisphere. Visitors can picnic on the gorgeous grounds at the bank of the Mississippi River, explore the underground museum at the base, and ride a tram to the top for an unbeatable view.

The St. Louis Science Center, founded in 1963, offers more than 700 interactive educational experiences, including a science museum, planetarium, agricultural pavilion, and seasonal events.

St. Maarten is an island country located in the Caribbean. The island is a popular stop for cruise ships and is known for its lagoons, beaches, and salt pans.


Run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve, Toys for Tots distributes toys to children in low-income families when the parents can’t afford to buy gifts for Christmas.


The Washington National Cathedral is officially known as the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. Located in Washington, D.C., the cathedral has gorgeous stained-glass windows, Gothic spires, and flying buttresses.

White Haven is a United States National Historic Site located outside of St. Louis. The site commemorates the life, military experience, and Presidency of Ulysses S. Grant.


One of the United States’ most iconic national parks, Yellowstone National Park is filled with canyons, rivers, forests, hot springs, geysers (Old Faithful), as well as bears, bison, wolves, elk and more. While most of the park is in Wyoming, it also spreads into Montana and Idaho.

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Zion National Park is a nature reserve in southwest Utah. The park is distinguished by Zion Canyon’s red cliffs, the scenic drive along Virgin River and forestry, Emerald Pools, waterfalls, and hanging garden.

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ZooWorld Zoological and Botanical Conservatory is located in Panama City Beach, Florida. The zoo is home to more than 260 exotic animals from all over the world. Visitors can meet a giraffe, pet a sloth, feed alligators, among other interactive experiences.