When on a vacation, we always visit some nice museums that adds on to our knowledge. And upon visiting we always get mesmerized by the beauty of the museum architecture and all the beautiful and amazing things kept inside. But today, we are going to tell you about worlds most weird museums that will make you go WHAAAAA !!!! So brace up people for a crazy ride.
Plastinarium – Guben, Germany
Gunther Von Hagens’s plastination institute displays preserved bodies in creative positions.
The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum
The Instant Noodles Tunnel exhibit displays approximately 800 packages of noodles, revealing the evolution of ramen throughout the decades.
Cancun Underwater Museum – Cancun, Mexico
Cancun’s underwater museum is a collaboration between biologists and artist Jason deCaires Taylor, who created an “urban reef” that fosters diverse marine life.
Iceland Phallological Museum – Reykjavik, Iceland
More than 200 penises and penile parts belonging to various land and sea mammals are displayed.
The Dog Collar Museum, England
The display of puppy attire with more than 100 unique items dates back centuries, documenting the history of canine accessories from medieval times.
Avanos Hair Museum, Turkey
The walls under here are covered with the world’s largest collection of hair sourced from more than 16,000 women, along with their names and addresses.
Clown Hall of Fame and Research Center, United States
The clowns who joked (and sometimes terrified) America are honored inside, with every one of the fascinating stories behind the inch-thick layer of makeup featured in the world’s largest archive of clown artifacts.
Siriraj Medical Museum, Bangkok Thailand
Also affectionately known as the museum of death, the Siriraj Medical Museum is where you should go should you ever find yourself pondering what your lungs would look like if you got attacked by a crazed psychopath and stabbed to death.
Toilet Museums, Delhi India
The Museum has a rare collection of facts, pictures and objects detailing the historic evolution of toilets from 2500 BC to date.