18 Most Unusual and Weird Museums in the World !

Museum is something which conserves a collection of artifacts, things which might be of some importance are put into a museum. Well, there are all kind of bizarre museums in the world, you never believe exists. We give you a list of all such museums in the world.

1. Paris Sewers Museum, France

Paris has the most remarkable sewer network and this museum details the history of the usage of sewer from their initial development. The Museum also details the role of sewer workers and methods of water treatment.


2. Cancun Underwater Museum, Mexico

Its the most famous underwater sculpture museum, devoted to the art of conservation. Scuba dive in Cancun and check out this amazing piece of art. Museo Subacuático de Arte (MUSA) features over 500 life-size sculptures fixed to the sea floor.


3. Museum of Bad Art, Massachusetts

Its the world’s only museum dedicated to the preservation, exhibition and celebration of bad art of any form. It has a range of arts from talented artists who gone wrong with their paintings.


4. International Spy Museum, Washington DC

This museum is dedicated to the history and contemporary role of espionage having the largest collection of international espionage artifacts currently on public display. Shedding light on one of the world’s most secretive professions. Visitors can participate in interactive spy adventures.


5. UFO Museum and Research Center, Roswell, New Mexico

Museum featuring exhibits about the Roswell UFO Incident of 1947 along with alien-related art. It contains an extensive library and exhibits all focused on the history of UFO encounters.


6. The Museum of Jurassic Technology, Culver City, California

An educational institution dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and the public appreciation of the Lower Jurassic. The museum’s collection includes a mixture of artistic, scientific, ethnographic, and historic, as well as some unclassifiable exhibits, and the diversity of its offerings evokes the cabinets of curiosities that were the 16th-century predecessors of modern natural history museums.


7. Leila’s Hair Museum in Independence, Missouri

The only museum in the world with hundreds of wreaths and thousands of jewelry pieces made from human hair. You will find pieces containing hair from Queen Victoria, four presidents and multiple celebrities ranging from Michael Jackson to Marilyn Monroe.


8. Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera), Saint Petersburg

Located on the banks of the Neva in the center of St.Petersburg, the Kunstkamera has been the symbol of the Russian Academy of Sciences since the early 18th century. These collections contain nearly two million artifacts and reflect the diversity of traditional cultures in the Old and New World.


9. Sulabh Internationl Museum of Toilets, New Delhi, India

A rare collection of facts, pictures and objects detailing the historic evolution of toilets from 2500 BC to date. The museum was established in 1992 and has exhibits from 50 countries. Everything you need to know about toilets, you will find it here.


10. Garbage Museum, United States

It is a waste-management themed museum located in Stratford, Connecticut, United States. This museum focus on empowering visitors with knowledge about waste management.


11. Hall of Flame Fire Museum, United States

The Hall of Flame Fire Museum displays vintage fire apparatus and memorabilia from 1700-present. It is dedicated to the historical preservation of the fighting equipment used through the years around the world.


12. American Visionalry Art Museum, United States

America’s official national museum and education center for intuitive, self-taught artistry. AVAM’s 1.1 acre campus contains 67,000 square feet of exhibition space and a permanent collection of approximately 4,000 pieces.

visionaly art

13. The Mummy Museum, Guanajauto, Mexico

the Museum contains a number of naturally mummified bodies interred during a cholera outbreak. The human bodies appear to have been disinterred between 1870 and 1958.


14. The Dog Collar Museum, Kent, England

Museum showcases canine neck wear spanning five centuries of doggie fashion and function. It unique collection of historic and fascinating dog collars has been built up over the years and is now the only one of its kind.


15. Museum Of Broken Relationships, Croatia

This Museum is dedicated to failed love relationships. Its exhibits include personal objects left over from former lovers, accompanied by brief descriptions. It received the Kenneth Hudson Award for Europe’s most innovative museum in 2011.

Museum of Broken Relationships

16. Mini Bottle Gallery, Oslo, Norway

It is one of its kind in the entire world containing the world’s largest collection of miniature bottles. There are bottles filled with fruits and berries, worms and mice, just to mention a few. If you are the adventurous kind, you can take the slide down to the horror room.


17. Museum of Death, Los Angeles, California and New Orleans, Louisiana

It was founded in 1995 to fill the void in death education in the USA. Museum of Death houses the world’s largest collection of serial murderer artwork, photos of the Charles Manson crime scenes, the guillotined severed head of the Blue Beard of Paris.


18. Museum Boerhaave Leiden, Netherlands

Museum Boerhaave is a museum of the history of science and medicine, based in Leiden, Netherlands. The museum hosts a collection of historical scientific instruments from all disciplines, but mainly from medicine, physics, and astronomy.


Do plan to visit when you travel to these countries.

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