The world's longest saxophone note is too risky to attempt. So is the world's longest kiss.
The Carolina Reaper used to be the hottest pepper in the world—but it just got dethroned by its own offspring.
Want a real feeling for history? Go to Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan in Japan, a hotel that's played host to shoguns and emperors.
Many elements of Restaurante Botín in Madrid date back to when it opened in 1725, including the fire in the oven.
Pop a Tums and read about some of the most impressive competitive eating records ever broken.
The finding was confirmed when the property owner broke out in a rash.
On January 16, 1988, Tina Turner performed for approximately 188,000 fans at Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil—and made history.
The most expensive ice cream in the world features gold leaf, rare white truffles, and cheese.
Under 5 feet tall as an adult, Adam Rainer had the growth spurt to end all growth spurts.
in the 1940s, mighty tot Wallace could do chin-ups and climb ladders, all thanks to a "secret formula" added to his milk.
Some of the world’s largest dogs have tipped the scales in excess of 300 pounds and stood taller than some NBA players.
Deep Dive Dubai plunges 197 feet beneath ground level and holds 14 million liters of water.
Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues isn’t the only short basketball player to have made it to the NBA. But he is the shortest.
Weighing just two to four pounds, the rusty spotted cat is the smallest wild cat on Earth.
At 21 years old, TobyKeith the chihuahua is officially the oldest living dog on Earth.
These Guinness World Records are so utterly bonkers, they set the bar for weirdness.
The world’s heaviest potato just took a DNA test. Turns out, he’s 100 percent not a potato.
Sean's Bar's 1100-year-old structure makes it the oldest pub in Ireland—and possibly the world.
The world's tallest outdoor elevator takes riders through China's Zhangjiajie National Forest, which inspired the floating mountains in 'Avatar.'