The world’s most unusual museums


巴黎的下水道博物馆 Paris Sewer Museum

又被称为巴黎的“城下之城”,由巴黎地下墓穴和下水道交叉组成。
Paris is also known as the “city under the city” by the Paris catacombs and sewers cross-cutting component.


冰岛动物生殖器博物馆 Iceland Museum of animal genitalia

墙上挂的是一只大象的生殖器。
Wall of the genitals is an elephant.

这家位于冰岛渔村胡撒威克的博物馆共收集了100多种哺乳动物的生殖器。
The Icelandic fishing village located in the Museum

撒威克Hu collected a total of more than 100 kinds of mammals genitals.


美国加利福尼亚州的兔子博物馆 California Museum of rabbit

位于加利福尼亚州的帕萨迪纳,收集了与兔子有关的一切物品。

The Pasadena, California, collected and all items relating to the rabbit.

据称,这里的展品数量也和兔子的繁殖数量一样,呈几倍的速度增长。

It is said that here the number of exhibits and the number of breeding like rabbits, was growing at a rate of several times.


土耳其的头发博物馆 Turkey’s hair Museum

位于土耳其小镇阿瓦诺斯,馆主是土耳其的一位知名陶艺家。阿瓦诺斯
small town in Turkey, the main hall is a well-known Turkish potters.

这里收集了16000多位捐献者的头发,看上去有点恐惧哦。
Here collected more than 16,000 donors in the hair, looks a bit Oh fear.


::: 马来西亚- 古晋 – 猫博物馆


Known as “cat city” (Kuching means cat in Malay),


Kuching is the capital of Sarawak, Malaysia’s largest state.


Among the popular attractions are the Sarawak Museum, Tua Pek Kong Temple and the world’s first Cat Museum in the Kuching

The Cat Museum Details
Bukit Siol, Jalan Semariang Petra Jaya (in the Kuching North City Hall)
Kuching, Sarawak 93050 . Contact :- 082-446688‎

For more about Cat’s museum :- http://www.dbku.gov.my/catmuseum.htm

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The Ham Museum
An ancient Ardennes farm (+/- 1850), restored in 1994. Ham making: salting room, smokehouse and drying area. Enclosure where the “sanglochons” (crossbreed between a pig and a boar) are bred

Museo del Jamón (More ham – Spanish Style!)
The popular chorizos are hooked in rows reminiscent of one of those scenes in Golden Age paintings

Historical Electronics Museum From telegraph and radio to radar and satellites, the HEM offers visitors free access to the electronic marvels

The Museum of Temporary Art
The museum itself is located in a German home. It is about 40×50 cm big and has 33 compartments

The Toilet Seat Art Museum
This museum consists mostly of toilet seat lids decorated by Barney Smith, a retired master plumber now in his eighties

The Owl Art & Craft Museum
The Korean owner’s second son, who majored in design, chose owl wallpaper to add to the unique atmosphere

The Furnace Sticker Museum
Thankfully only online at this stage!

The Ice Museum
The Ice Showcase is an 8,000 cubit foot walk-in display case that maintains a constant temperature of 20 degrees – in Alaska, where else

The British Lawnmower Museum
The Museum has now become one of the world’s leading authorities on vintage lawnmowers

Brighton’s Penny Arcade Museum
An Allwins is a type of slot machine in which the player shoots a ball upwards and watches it fall past a collection of cups

The Matchbox Museum
In the former Convento de Sao Francisco, Tomar, Portugal. Some 43,000 matchboxes from more than 100 countries are on display

The Incredible World of Navel Fluff
Featuring the world’s biggest collection of one person’s navel fluff (lint), as certified by Guinness World Records – words fail me!

The Squished Penny Museum
The SPM is unique in two ways: their collection is made up of things most of us find in our pocket, and the face value of whole thing is only about $50.00

Japan’s Insulator Museum
They claim to have the pin insulator, presumed to be the oldest domestic insulator (manufactured in 1875) as well as approximately 5,000 insulator examples and maintenance tools, from 21 countries and 57 manufacturers

The Burlingame Museum of Pez Memorabilia
Pez dispensers and memorabilia in this Californian museum

The Museum of Beverage Containers and Advertising
Uncle Buzzy had picked-up beer & soda cans from traveling across the United States and gave then to his sister, Aunt Susan, who started him on the road to collecting

The Antique Reed Organ Museum
Proudly displays about 95 fully restored and working antique reed organs

The Norwegian Canning Museum
In this authentic Stavanger factory environment, the production of canned brisling and fish balls can still be seen – I have visited this wonderful museum. Ed.

Grand Manan Island Sardine Museum
For something equally ‘fishy’ and a look back into the heyday of the herring industry, consider visiting the Sardine Museum in Lubec, Maine More

The Band-Aid Museum
An interactive mobile museum where parents and children can trace the 85-year history of Band-Aid

The Asphalt Museum
Located on theCSUS campus in Sacramento, California with asphalt from over 6 different countries and 11 different states

The Post Mark Museum
The Museum’s holdings make up the largest single collection in the world, grouping over a million different postal history items

Museum of The Condom
A French museum with condom information that meets the need to conserve and present to the public, objects and documents relating to the condom from a historical, medical, social and technical perspective.

Go Bananas!
The Musée de la Banane on the Caribbean island of Martinique reveals everything you’ve always wanted to know about this delicious fruit

The Chestnut Ridge Typewriter Museum
A stop over in Morgantown, WV

Twenty Mule Team Museum
The mission of the Twenty Mule Team Museum is to acquire and document artifacts pertaining to local history and to the history of borax mining in Death Valley and Boron

The Kimchi Museum
Built to study the culture of kimchi, one of the most well-known of Korean foods

The Cumberland Pencil Museum
About 1558, in the early days of Queen Elizabeth, the fame of Cumberland graphite spread quickly via the Flemish traders as being a most useful material to artists all over the world

The International Spy Museum
Focussings on human intelligence and reveals the role spies have played in world events throughout history

The Shanghai Glasses Museum
The museum has adopted 3D virtualization technology to restore the oldest and most precious glasses of the East Han Dynasty, unearthed in China

The Capital Punishment Museum
The museum’s most controversial artifact is Joe’s “Lucky Finger.”

Museum of Funeral Customs
Providing a deeper understanding of the history of American funeral and mourning customs

The Icelandic Phallological Museum
Probably the only museum in the world to contain a collection of phallic specimens belonging to all the various types of mammal found in a single country

Museum of Bad Art
The question remains – do we really need one?

The Vinegar Museum
Also features the the Mother of All Vinegar Contests

The Plagarism Museum
The Plagiarius Museum seeks to highlight what it says is an annual loss of $275 billion to $415 billion caused by those who profit from others’ work

Barometer World
Features a complete working copy of the famous Leech barometer more commonly known as ‘The Tempest Prognosticator’

Psychiatry: An Industry of Death Museum
The state-of-the-art museum features psychiatry as an industry driven entirely by profit

The Soo Line Historical Museum
A former electric utility building with an amazing silver collection

The International Cryptozoology Museum
The museum is modestly beginning with sculptures and paintings created just for it, hundreds of CZ toys and souvenirs from around the world and one-of-a-kind artifactsinlcuding a life-size, 8 feet tall Bigfoot representation

The Computer Game Museum
A Berlin museum with a very large computer game (Giant Donkey Kong) on its facade

The Zippo Case Museum
A museum at the World Headquarters of the folks who make Zippo lighters and fire. View Video

Easton Museum of Pez Dispensers
One of only three in the country with over 1,800 Pez dispensers displayed as they would be seen in the wild.

Mr. Ed’s Elephant Museum
If one elephant is good, then 6,000 must be great. View Video

Toy Robot Museum
From “Rock ‘Em, Sock ‘Em Robots” to the robot from Lost in Space, it’s all here

Insectarium
America’s largest museum dedicated entirely to insects

The Bunny Museum
If Monty Python’s killer Rabbit of Caerbannog freaked you out, may want to steer clear of this museum

Shinyokohama Raumen Museum
The best way to pay homage to this prolific noodle was to create a three-floor museum showcasing the dish’s seemingly countless variations

Museum of Toilets, New Delhi, India
Founder Dr. Bindeswar Pathak’s mission is to highlight the still-present health issues from improper sewage drainage – namely those in India, where he says two-thirds of the country is without proper plumbing

The Burt Reynolds & Friends Museum
Volunteers run this not-for-profit museum, dedicated to preserving the legacy of “the Bandit.”

Velveteria, Portland, Oregon
During a 1998 reading at the Voodoo Museum in New Orleans, the concept of a museum dedicated to velvet paintings was discussed

Sewer Museum, Paris
Paris developed its first sewage system around 1200 A.D., when King Philippe Auguste declared all streets be paved, with a drain running along the middle for waste

Kazoo Museum
Check out kazoos in the shape of liquor bottles made to celebrate the end of prohibition

Leila’s Hair Museum
Much of the museum consists of 18th-century hair art, like a pair of wreaths crafted from the hair of two sisters whose heads were shaved upon entering a convent

Museum of Torture, Amsterdam
Visitors here are transported back 500-plus years, to a time when the governing bodies used extreme methods to inflict pain and/or death on those who had broken the law

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