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These Museums Preserves Strangest Things In The World

July 20, 2018
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These Museums Preserves Strangest Things In The World

These Museums Preserves Strangest Things In The World

Whenever we heard museum we think about the old aged people, or some antic weapons or about the history of ancient people or famous people.

Here are some weird or creepy museum in which they preserve the very weird things and we can’t ever think about it too. So check out the list.

Avanos Hair Museum

This hair museum created by potter Chez Galip, in the rural Turkish town of Avanos. It features a huge collection of hair gathered from more than 16,000 women, and if that doesn’t sound creepy enough for you: it’s situated in a small, dark cave.

Cancun Underwater Museum

There are interactive museums, and Cancun Underwater Museum is an art exhibit that you’ll have to strap on scuba gear to appreciate.

Shallow areas also allow for snorkeling and viewing from a glass bottom boat. Fun fact about the museum is each of the life-size sculptures is made of pH-neutral clay to promote marine growth, which means that one day there’ll be an ecosystem of creatures enjoying the art as much as you are.

Condom Museum

What to say about this museum. You can think or not, but this is most weird. What is the need to make a condom museum ?

Thailand is one of the world’s largest producers of condoms. Not only does this two-room exhibit display prophylactics from nearly every era, but also features an area dedicated to demonstrating their strength and durability.

Icelandic Phallological Museum

This museum is dedicated to all things penile. As per the reports, it houses more than 215 penises and penile parts belonging to almost all the land and sea mammals found in Iceland. Be sure not to miss the special section dedicated to whale penises. It must be interesting.

Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum

This museum will preserve the noodles. You can learn all about founder Momofuku Ando, and (perhaps best of all) make your own “fresh” cup of instant noodles.

Decorate the container, pick your toppings, and roll your own noodles. There are different types of noodles that you never heard about.

Broken Relationship Museum

The Museum of Broken Relationships feels your pain. Created by artists Olinka Vistica and Drazen Grubisic as a way to heal from their own emotional misadventures.

The exhibits have expanded to include debris from relationships worldwide. They took your memories and restore them in a museum. Wow its truly different.

Museum Of Enduring Beauty

Please, you’ve got nothing on neck stretching, lip disking, or feet binding. All these and more are on display at the Museum of Enduring Beauty. Proof positive that beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Food Anomalies Museum

This museum shows your food in a horrific way. It will make a perfect cartoon faces over the food. So wither it look cruel or cute. So you may find guilty or none other than demon.

Museum Of Mathematics

Even if you regularly have stress dreams about high school algebra class, you’ll find something to like about New York’s Museum of Mathematics.

Ride a functional bike with square wheels, work through a few brainteasers, and gape at the fractal tree. This is math in motion. It is interesting for kids and make strong in Maths.

Museum Of Medieval Torture Instruments

Check out this museum for its diverse collection of more than 100 torture devices. Some you’ll look at and say, “Okay, yeah, I see how that would work.”

Others will have you scratching your head wondering how the heck they were used and just how brutal the resulting torture was. Fun for the whole family!

Sulabh International Museum Of Toilets

If you want to learn about the Toilets era then reach India to visit this museum, which traces the history of the toilet for the past 4,500 years.

From simple chamber pots to elaborate decorated Victorian toilet seats, you’ll see it all. There’s even a toilet disguised as a bookcase.

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