MUSEUM OF BAD ART
This museum, located in Massachusetts, has a permanent exhibition of terrible art. They say that the other museums make you feel less skillful, and this one will make you feel like you can be Picasso in a second.
DOG COLLAR MUSEUM
England has strange museums, and this is one of them. The Dog Collar Museum is unique in its type and displays a lot of… well… dog collars… from the 15th Century to this days.
INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF TOILETS
Yes, it has "International" in its name to make it sound much more important and distinguished than it is. This museum is located in New Delhi and no, you can't sit in the pieces displayed.
BRITISH LAWNMOWER MUSEUM
Well this is interesting! The next time I visit Southport in Merseyside I will definitely pay the 2 pounds that cost the admittance to this museum, that has more than 200 lawnmowers on display.
THE SALT AND PEPPER SHAKER MUSEUM
This Museum is located in Tennessee and has the biggest collection of salt and pepper shakers in the World. More than 20,000 pieces wait for you in this amazing museum.
THE MUSEUM OF WITCHCRAFT AND MAGIC
This museum is obviously in England, but has nothing to do with Hogwarts (I think). It shows and compares different methods of practical magic since the ancient times to these days.
NATIONAL MUSTARD MUSEUM
I have a question here. I think this place should be "The National Museum of Mustard Jars", because that's what you are going to see: mustard jars. Unless they let you taste them.
I think this is the most bizarre of all but I don't want to spoil the fun. This museum is located INSIDE OF A CAVE in Turkey and it features a collection of hair of more than 16,000 women. The purpose? Unknown.
MUSEUM OF FUNERAL CARRIAGES
When you go to Barcelona you can get a little dizzy with all the amazing architecture. So maybe you need to take a break and get into the Funeral Carriages Museum, located in a basement.
MUSEUM OF MENTAL HEALTH
This museum is located in an old asylum in Wakefield, England. It features elements from different eras regarding mental treatments, and it even includes a padded white room. Your dream come true.
MUSEUM OF THE WEIRD
The name says it all. This museum in Austin, Texas is a collection of weirdness. From alleged UFO proofs to things related to horror stories and urban legends, you can find it all here.
UNDERWATER ART MUSEUM
This one is really cool. Created in 2009, It is a collection of statues submerged in Cancun, Mexico, that you can visit while scuba diving. It covers more than 420 square meters of the sea soil.
MUSEUM OF BROKEN RELATIONSHIPS
If your girlfriend dumped you and your whole apartment is full of her memories, you can take them to this museum in Zagreb, Croatia. It is full of objects and stories of past relationships that ended up badly.
MOMOFUKU ANDO INSTANT RAMEN MUSEUM
Now we are talking. Momofuku Ando was the creator of the Cup Noodles, that think that kept us fed during our college years. This museum also allows you to create your own fresh noodles.
INTERNATIONAL CRYPTOZOOLOGY MUSEUM
Cryptozoology is the study of hidden animals. Those hidden animals are not regular animals that live in caves or whatever. They are those whose existence is not proven, like the Yeti and Nessie.
ROSWELL UFO MUSEUM
Roswell is without any doubt the UFO Capital of the World, and that's why there's a UFO Museum located in and old theatre of that city, where you can find models and proofs of the extraterrestrials.
I didn't know this: Most of condom brands come from Thailand. Maybe that is the main reason why the only World's Condom Museum is located in that country. Maybe you can try them on too.
Japan is fighting head to head with England to win the weirdest museums competition. The Parasitological Museum is a collection of more than 300 specimens of parasites, including a 30-foot long tapeworm.
MEDIEVAL TORTURE MUSEUM
The middle ages were a dark time, there is no doubt of that. And in Amsterdam you can take a look of all the devices they used torture criminals and not so criminals.
BARBED WIRE MUSEUM
I know what you are thinking and the answer is yes, there is an entire museum dedicated to the barbed wire, and there's a huge collection of them. They all look the same to me, but what do I know?
If you know what a phallo is then you must know what you can see in the Phallological Museum of Reykjavik, Island. It has more than 215 penises on display.
Paris and Perfume had been synonyms for years. The first parfumerie was turned into a museum that you can now visit, and you can even mix ingredients to make your own fragrance.
VENT HAVEN MUSEUM
This one is too creepy to be real. The city of Fort Mitchell, in Kentucky, has the world's only museum dedicated entirely to ventriloquism. I wouldn't want to be the guy that has to clean up every night.
This was America's first licensed pharmacy. And now it is a huge collection of old medicines, medical instruments and procedures, and they even have a jar of live leeches. If you want you can get married in this place.
SALEM WITCH MUSEUM
Everybody has heard something about the Salem Witch Trials, and in this museum you can visit thirteen life-size stages with figures that represent different places and situations of that dark time.
LEILA’S HAIR MUSEUM
Leila is a nice old lady that does art and jewelry with human hair. The oldest piece is a brooch made of hair that was made in...1680! Leila also has a painting made of the hair of a dead girl that depicts the mourning husband over her grave. Nice.
THE HOBO MUSEUM
The word Hobo is no longer in use, but this museum is a self proclaimed homage to the vagabond style. They are located in Britt, Iowa, and they have "Hobo Days", where you can dress like homeless people. Don't wait for me.
The Hobo Museum and The Spam Museum can get together to save the world. I don't know who would want to visit this museum, or even eat Spam. It is in Austin, Minnesota.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF FUNERAL HISTORY
Have you ever wonder how the ancient burial traditions were? I have too! Let's go together to the National Museum of Funeral History in Houston, Texas and learn about all that.
MUSEUM OF JURASSIC TECHNOLOGY
This is bizarre because you don't know exactly what you are going to find inside. If you are near Los Angeles and you have a lot of spare time, just take a visit, you'll enjoy it.
MUSIC BOX MUSEUM
The Otaru Music Box Museum in Hokkaido, Japan, is a collection of more than 3,000 music boxes from around the world. I hope they don't open them all up at the same time.
MUSEUM OF VELVET
The Museum of Velvet in Los Angeles or Velveteria is a huge collection of art made of velvet. They also have a black light room where you can wonder yourself with fluorescent velvet paintings.
MORBID ANATOMY MUSEUM
I'm sorry to tell you but The Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn, New York is now closed. But it deserved a place in this list. This was a huge collection of taxidermy and wax figures that was too cool to exist.
MUSEUM OF DEATH
This one is not for everybody. This museum is entirely covered with pictures, articles and objects related to death, murders, murderers, cults and those kind of things. Don't go by yourself.
THE MINI BOTTLE GALLERY
This norwegian Museum is heaven for those who love to attack the hotel's minibar. You can find the world's biggest collection of mini bottles but also you can celebrate your wedding there.
This museum in France has, among other objects and memorabilia about vampires and other mythological beings, the autographs of all the actors who played Dracula in a movie. I don't know if it's worth the travel, but do what you want.
There's a lot of sex museums all over the world, but the main and biggest is in Amsterdam. All the things you think you can find in a sex museum you can find them here.
The International Spy Museum, in Washington DC, features the largest (and only) collection of spy devices, artifacts, stories and that are shown for the first time. You can learn how to be the perfect spy!
CIRCUS WORLD MUSEUM
If you are too old to go to a Circus (if that's even a thing) you can visit the Circus World Museum in Baraboo, Wisconsin. It features all things related to circus, including the most incredible wagons.
The Garbage Museum in Connecticut is a display of works of art made of garbage, and it also shows and teaches you the way the trash is treated in the city.
TAP WATER MUSEUM
The water in Beijing is far from being safe, but there's a Museum located in the old Pipe House of the city that shows artifacts and stuff regarding tap water, whatever those things may be.
It is located in Berlin, of course, and it shows the story of the famous Currywurst, from its beginnings in the 1940's to all its appearances in movies and television. It is so interesting that I think I'll pass.
CELEBRITY LINGERIE HALL OF FAME
The shop that invented the push-up bras and the thongs has an upstairs museum of underwear used by famous people and characters, like Forrest Gump or the whole cast of Beverly Hills 90210.
This was Russia's first museum and it is actually the collection of more than 2,000 weird objects and human parts that the Tzar Peter the Great gathered to stop the russians belief in monsters.
CLOWN HALL OF FAME AND RESEARCH CENTER
Self-proclaimed the funniest museum on earth (I really doubt it), this gallery in Baraboo has everything related to clowns. You can visit this museum after the Circus one, that is in the same city.
MUSEUM OF ENDURING BEAUTY
The Museum of Enduring Beauty in Malaysia is everything but beautiful. It shows the different standards of beauty since the ancient times and the ways that people search for beauty.
The sewers of Paris had always been an attraction. Actually, there were tracks, carriages and even boats used to take the visitors along the way. Now there are no carriages and boats but you can walk through the tunnels and know everything about the underground Paris.
THE BUNNY MUSEUM
This Museum in Altadena, California, features more than 8,000 bunny related objects and actual bunnies that hop around the place. They are included in the Guinness World Records list.
Opened in 1995, The Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia features one example of every PEZ candy dispenser ever sold, that means that they have over 1,000 pieces on display.
THE HALL OF FLAME
The Hall of Flame Fire Museum and the National Firefighting Hall of Heroes, located in Phoenix, Arizona, has more than ninety items and firetrucks. It doesn't have actual fire on display, sorry.