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International Museum Day 2023: 10 world's most bizarre museums you won't believe actually exist

Updated On May 18, 2023 12:12 PM IST

Happy International Museum Day 2023! Let's celebrate by taking a tour of the world's most bizarre museums, featuring everything from hair to dog collars.

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On this International Museum Day, we take a detour from the ordinary and explore the extraordinary. From toilets and phalluses to broken relationships and bad art, these offbeat museums challenge conventions and offer a glimpse into the particular aspects of human culture. Join us as we delve into the world's most peculiar museums and uncover their captivating and often bewildering exhibits.(Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on May 18, 2023 12:12 PM IST

On this International Museum Day, we take a detour from the ordinary and explore the extraordinary. From toilets and phalluses to broken relationships and bad art, these offbeat museums challenge conventions and offer a glimpse into the particular aspects of human culture. Join us as we delve into the world's most peculiar museums and uncover their captivating and often bewildering exhibits.(Pinterest)

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The Museum of Bad Art (MOBA) in Massachusetts, USA: This museum displays a collection of art pieces that are considered "so bad, they're good," showcasing unintentionally hilarious and bizarre artwork.(Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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The Museum of Bad Art (MOBA) in Massachusetts, USA: This museum displays a collection of art pieces that are considered "so bad, they're good," showcasing unintentionally hilarious and bizarre artwork.(Pinterest)

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The Sulabh International Museum of Toilets in Delhi, India: This museum explores the history and evolution of toilets and sanitation systems, featuring a wide range of toilets from different eras and cultures.(AFP/Sajjad Hussain) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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The Sulabh International Museum of Toilets in Delhi, India: This museum explores the history and evolution of toilets and sanitation systems, featuring a wide range of toilets from different eras and cultures.(AFP/Sajjad Hussain)

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The Icelandic Phallological Museum in Reykjavik, Iceland: This museum is dedicated to the study and display of penises from various animal species, including mammals, marine creatures, and even folklore-related specimens.(Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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The Icelandic Phallological Museum in Reykjavik, Iceland: This museum is dedicated to the study and display of penises from various animal species, including mammals, marine creatures, and even folklore-related specimens.(Pinterest)

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The Meguro Parasitological Museum in Tokyo, Japan: This museum focuses on parasites and their impact on humans and animals, featuring a vast collection of preserved specimens, educational exhibits, and interactive displays.(Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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The Meguro Parasitological Museum in Tokyo, Japan: This museum focuses on parasites and their impact on humans and animals, featuring a vast collection of preserved specimens, educational exhibits, and interactive displays.(Pinterest)

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The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic in Cornwall, England: This museum explores the history and folklore surrounding witchcraft and magic, showcasing artifacts, manuscripts, and items related to witchcraft practices and beliefs.(Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic in Cornwall, England: This museum explores the history and folklore surrounding witchcraft and magic, showcasing artifacts, manuscripts, and items related to witchcraft practices and beliefs.(Pinterest)

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The Avanos Hair Museum, Turky: The Avanos Hair Museum in Turkey showcases a vast collection of donated hair strands from women worldwide. This unusual museum offers a distinctive and intriguing perspective on human hair and its cultural significance.(Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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The Avanos Hair Museum, Turky: The Avanos Hair Museum in Turkey showcases a vast collection of donated hair strands from women worldwide. This unusual museum offers a distinctive and intriguing perspective on human hair and its cultural significance.(Pinterest)

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The Cup Noodles Museum, Japan: This museum is a captivating attraction that celebrates the iconic instant noodle invention. Located in Japan, this museum offers interactive exhibits, including a chance to create your own customized cup noodle. Discover the fascinating history and cultural impact of this beloved convenience food.(Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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The Cup Noodles Museum, Japan: This museum is a captivating attraction that celebrates the iconic instant noodle invention. Located in Japan, this museum offers interactive exhibits, including a chance to create your own customized cup noodle. Discover the fascinating history and cultural impact of this beloved convenience food.(Pinterest)

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The Gold Museum, Columbia: This museum houses a remarkable collection of pre-Hispanic gold artifacts and archaeological treasures. Visitors can explore the rich history and cultural significance of gold in the region, witnessing exquisite craftsmanship and learning about ancient civilizations. (Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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The Gold Museum, Columbia: This museum houses a remarkable collection of pre-Hispanic gold artifacts and archaeological treasures. Visitors can explore the rich history and cultural significance of gold in the region, witnessing exquisite craftsmanship and learning about ancient civilizations. (Pinterest)

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The Cancun Underwater Museum, Mexico: This museum showcases over 500 life-sized submerged sculptures, creating an otherworldly art installation that promotes marine conservation and serves as an artificial reef. Diving or snorkeling through this immersive museum offers a surreal and captivating experience. (Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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The Cancun Underwater Museum, Mexico: This museum showcases over 500 life-sized submerged sculptures, creating an otherworldly art installation that promotes marine conservation and serves as an artificial reef. Diving or snorkeling through this immersive museum offers a surreal and captivating experience. (Pinterest)

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The Dog Collar Museum, England: This museum is a unique collection housed in Leeds Castle, UK, displaying a wide variety of historic and ornate dog collars from different eras. It provides a fascinating glimpse into the history of canine fashion and the evolving relationship between humans and their beloved pets.(Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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The Dog Collar Museum, England: This museum is a unique collection housed in Leeds Castle, UK, displaying a wide variety of historic and ornate dog collars from different eras. It provides a fascinating glimpse into the history of canine fashion and the evolving relationship between humans and their beloved pets.(Pinterest)

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