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15 Weirdest Museums Around The World

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Visiting a museum is not everyone's choice. A majority of tourists that travel to a country don't visit a museum. Most people find museums boring. Unless someone is really interested to see or know something that has a historical value, museums are definitely not the places to have fun. If you too have the same opinion, this list will change your opinion completely! Museums need not be boring always. Check these fifteen weirdest museums around the world that are too interesting to miss out!
1.The Museum of Bad Art, Massachusetts, USA

Art is art, no matter what! The founders of the Museum of Bad Art believe in the same. The museum, located in Dedham, Massachusetts, features some of the world's horrible and bad pieces of art. You can find many paintings and drawings that are too ugly to ignore. Unless one millionaire finds them amazing pieces of artwork and buys them for a ridiculous amount of money like these paintings.


The Museum of Bad Art, Massachusetts, USA-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World




2.Chez Galip Hair Museum, Avanos, Turkey

Galip Korukcu is a local potter in Avanos, a small town in Turkey. When one of his friends was leaving the town permanently, he asked her to give him something as a token of remembrance. The lady gave him a piece of her hair. He stuck the hair on the wall of his shop. Everybody started to ask him about the hair. After hearing the story, they started giving him theirs. He collected hair from over 16,000 people and stuck all the hair inside a cave, and made it a museum. 


Chez Galip Hair Museum, Avanos, Turkey-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World



3.Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum, Osaka, Japan

There is a museum in Japan honoring Momofuku Ando, the inventor of instant noodles and cup noodles. The museum features many items related to the food industry, particularly related to ramen. The museum also has a workshop that lets visitors to make cup noodles from scratch, and eat it fresh.


Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum, Osaka, Japan-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World


Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum, Osaka, Japan-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World





4.The Torture Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Punishments in the medieval periods used to be horrible. Kings, back then, used a wide range of equipment to kill and torture criminals and rebels. The torture museum in Amsterdam has some of the world's gruesome torture and execution equipment like guillotine, thumb screws, flute of shame etc. 


The Torture Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World


The Torture Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World



5.The Kansas Barbed Wire Museum, Kansas, USA

The barbed wire museum in Kansas displays over 2000 different types and forms of barbed wire. Barbed wire or barb wire is a kind of steel fencing that is used to protect property or borders, supported by poles. 


The Kansas Barbed Wire Museum, Kansas, USA-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World





6.Museum of Sex, NYC, New York

Museum of Sex, commonly known as Mosex, located in NYC is one of the world's most explicit museums. The museum has exhibits that give visitors an idea of sex culture and rituals. The museum hosts some exclusive sex-themed games. Medieval anti-masturbation devices, dresses made of condoms, and sex robots etc are some of the museum's top attractions. 


Museum of Sex, NYC, New York-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World


Museum of Sex, NYC, New York-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World



7.Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, New Delhi, India

Located in Delhi, India, Sulabh International Museum of Toilets is a unique museum that displays the toilet and drainage systems used around the world that are in use from 3000 BC. The museum features some of the unique toilets around the world. 


Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, New Delhi, India-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World




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8.The Dog Collar Museum, Kent, United Kingdom

The dog collar museum in Kent, United Kingdom, surely impresses pet lovers. The museum has over hundred historic and truly fascinating dog collars. 


The Dog Collar Museum, Kent, United Kingdom-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World



9.The Lunch Box Museum, Columbus, Georgia

In case you want to see the world's largest collection of lunch boxes and thermoses, travel all the way to Columbus, Georgia. There are over 2000 vintage to modern day lunch boxes on display at the museum, making it one of the most unique museums in the world.


The Lunch Box Museum, Columbus, Georgia-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World



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10.Paris Sewer Museum, Paris, France

If you travel to France, and you are a big fan of unusual tourist places, you should visit the Paris Sewer Museum. Musée Des Egouts de Paris a.k.a. Paris Sewer Museum is located beneath the Quai d'Orsay sewer tunnel. The major attraction of the museum is the massive sewer pipes that give visitors clear idea on how sewer engineering works.  


Paris Sewer Museum, Paris, France-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World


Paris Sewer Museum, Paris, France-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World



11.The Bunny Museum, Pasadena, California

The Bunny Museum in Pasadena, California, houses over 28,000 bunny themed collectibles including live and dead bunnies! Everything you see there from a coffee table to a kitchen accessory is bunny themed. Candace Frazee and Steve Lubanski, owners of the 'TLC Featured' museum keep their dead pets in freezer until they make enough money to professionally preserve them. 


The Bunny Museum, Pasadena, California-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World





12.Museum of Salt and Pepper Shakers, Gatlinburg, Tennessee

The Museum of Salt and Pepper Shakers, located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, grabs world's attention as it is the only museum in the world that has over 20,000 types of salt and pepper shakers collected from around the world, on display. 


Museum of Salt and Pepper Shakers, Gatlinburg, Tennessee -15 Weirdest Museums Around The World



13.Siriraj Medical Museum, Bangkok

Siriraj Medical Museum, also called Museum of Death, is a very popular Bangkok based museum that has more than 2000 human organs on display, ranging from eyelash to leg. The museum also houses dead bodies of babies who died from unusual birth defects. 


Siriraj Medical Museum, Bangkok -15 Weirdest Museums Around The World



14.Museo De Las Momias de Guanajuato, Mexico

Museo De Las Momias, located at the city of Guanajuato, Mexico, is one of the world's creepiest museums. The museum houses over 100 creepy mummies. All the mummies belong to people who lived in the area from 1850 to 1950. The museum also has a 'fetus mummy', which is also world's smallest mummy.


Museo De Las Momias de Guanajuato, Mexico-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World



15.The Mutter Museum, Philadelphia, United States

The Mutter Museum in Philadelphia, United States, is one of the world's largest as well as bizarre medical museums. The museum has a collection of 20,000 specimens that include human organs, skeletons, body oddities, tumors, cysts and medical devices, etc. The biggest attraction of the museum, of course, is Albert Einstein's brain. 


The Mutter Museum, Philadelphia, United States-15 Weirdest Museums Around The World

So, Has this list made you fall in love with museums? No? Then Check out 15 bizarre facts about the Phallological Museum that will leave you stunned.



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