When we hear about museums, the first thing that comes into our mind is art and paintings of world-class painters. But some museums in the world displays a wide and weird variety of artifacts of history. Preserving their history uniquely and bizarrely some countries has some captivating museums. Let us dive into the world’s seven unique museums through this article.
Different museums to visit are:
The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum, Japan
After World War II when the whole of Japan was starving, Momofuku Ando invented the world’s first Ramen Noodles in 1958. The museum has a captivating gallery of noodles inside the glass windows preserving Japan’s food culture. The visitors can taste some particular kind of noodles. The museum has its factory named “My CUP NOODLES FACTORY’ that produces noodles for the country.
Museum of Sex, New York
Sounds weird, isn’t it? But you heard it right. The 2002 established museum, also known as MoSex portrays the history and evolution of human sexuality. Various attractions like Bouncy Castle of Breasts etc. are set up for the visitors to delve into the historic world of human sexuality. Over 15000 antique photography, videos and art are placed promoting sexuality right from Gay to Lesbians.
International Spy Museum, Washington, D.C.
The International Spy Museum stands alone on this list. It is one of the unique museums in the world, illustrating the history of human intelligence and spy science. This museum also has public attractions for the visitors where they can play and experience as an elusive spy. Embodying more than 700 photographs, documentaries of the world’s most intelligent spies in history, the private non-profit museum is worth visiting.
The Mummy Museum Guanajuato, Mexico
The UNESCO world heritage site, the sinister museum is established mid of 19th century. When people failed to pay the tax, the bodies were dug out which got mummified naturally were displayed for the audiences. Thousands of bodies were unearthed as they failed to pay the taxes. Many bodies were reburied to control the spread of diseases. Hence, buckle up yourself before stepping into this ominous museum.
Sulabh International Museum of Toilet, India
Situated in the capital city of India depicting the hygiene and sanitation of the country till today. It has a wide variety of toilet seats, commodes from the Roman period to the medieval age. It has rare toilets on public display, preserving the history of India is a unique manner.
Torture Museum Amsterdam
Sounds Ironic right? However, Amsterdam has this unique museum that will ride you into the infernal history of Europe. This museum portrayed the history of Europe when torture and execution were normal. Displaying 40 instruments like decapitation swords which were used for criminals, prisoners, and witches this museum also opened to educate the student about the history of Europe.
The Museum of Bad Art, USA
While every other museum promotes the captivating artifacts of the world’s history, the museum of Bad Art presents the bad and depressing arts to the audiences. This privately-owned museum has around 7000 permanent artifacts for public display. Founded in 1994 the museums have the “Best Bad Art”.
The Paris Sewer Museum
When we talk about sewers, the first thing that comes to mind is the smell, but there’s no need to worry as it does not smell the way we think it would. You even have guided tours and the best thing is you only need one hour. That way you won’t miss out on everything that you want to see in this stunning city.
The Dog Collar Museum in Kent, England-
Many of us have pets, and collars are very important to us when it comes to our pets. Here one can view various collars, some of which seem cruel in our modern world compared to ones that are decorated with elaborate name tags.