15 strange museums around the world that you want to visit immediately
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15 strange museums around the world that you want to visit immediately

Some museums present things that would normally never become exhibition items, however, there are people who enjoy visiting them. For example funeral culture in Russia, hair in Turkey or love in South Korea, just to name a few. When we travel, we all want to have unforgettable experiences, so visiting one of these unusual places could be a good idea to start.

Crazyfeed.com decided to show you 15 of the weird and strange museums around the world that are worth putting on your travel list.

15. Hair museum in Avanos, Turkey

Hair museum in Avanos, Turkeyflickr

The Avanos hair museum in Cappadocia, Turkey, opened its doors in 1979 when a few strands were exposed in a pottery shop. Since then, 16,000 women have left their beautiful hair hanging on the walls and ceiling as a reminder of their passage through the place.

14. World Funeral Museum, Russia

This museum of funeral culture presents exhibitions on the process of cremation, mummification and other types of body preservation. You can also see the types of clothes people wear at funerals, as well as the coffins they choose to dismiss their loved ones.

13. Museum of bad art, United States

13. Museum of bad art, United Statesgoogle

You read well! The art that is exposed is really so bad that it turned out to be valuable to present it in a whole museum. This exhibition can be seen throughout the world, and also, you can find books about these artistic expressions that you can even buy. Sometimes bad is, really, good.

12. Underwater museum in Cancun, Mexico

What else could you do in Cancun, if you’re tired of the sun and white sand? Come dive and dive or snorkel in this underwater museum , which has more than  500 structures that, according to the organizers of this, act as a platform for corals to grow in them.

11. Vent Haven Venture Museum, United States

The ventriloquist, puppet and all that is associated with this type of art are displayed in the Vent Haven Museum. Located in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, it will welcome you with a large collection of dolls.

10. Museum of instant ramen in Japan

Mmmm delicious! A cup of steaming instant noodles! It’s a great snack but a whole museum dedicated to this is much better. This collection of instant noodles is a must-see attraction for tourists, you’ll find yourself walking into a hall of fame where every bowl of noodles ever produced is displayed. In addition, you can interact in some parts of the exhibition, but the most important thing is that you can have a portion of noodles right after the tour.

9. Vampire Museum, France

If you remember the sexy and great part of the famous movie Paris, Je  t’aime , you will surely want to visit this museum dedicated to all things that have to do with vampires. The private collection has manuscripts, statues and other thematic elements that will take you to the world of these mysterious beings. ”

8. Plastinarium, Germany

If you skipped the anatomy or biology classes at school, then you can visit the Body Worldsexhibition at one of its international locations or the Plastinarium museum in Germany. The sample has all kinds of human bodies and their parts and also has carefully preserved animals. The themes of the collections vary from sports to simple anatomy.

7. Clown Hall of Fame, United States

If you suffer from claustrophobia, then visiting  the Clown Hall of Fame can have either a therapeutic or fun effect on you. This museum has a long exhibition of clowns from past years.

6. Toilet Museum, South Korea

Some people find certain fascinating things, which for others may seem trivial, and yet many of them continue to end as part of an exhibition. The museum Sr toilet in South Korea, shows everything related to the toilets and bathroom, part of the culture of relieving the intestine.

5. Barbed wire museum in Kansas, United States

Barbed wire museum in Kansas, United Statesgoogle

Does anyone think of a  barbed wire forming a fence as part of an exhibition? Well, Rush Country in Kansas certainly believes that you can make a museum of this article and attract many visitors. You can be one of them!

4. Rabbit Museum, United States

Bunnies are cute and can be characters from cartoons to collectibles. At the Rabbit Museum in Pasadena, you can see more than  34,000 toy pets and even a zoo. It is open 365 days a year and holds the Guinness world record for the largest collection of bunnies in the world.

3. International Spy Museum, United States


International Spy Museum, United Statesgoogle
International Spy Museum, United Statesgoogle

The James Bond theme song will sound immediately when you enter the international spy museum. Imagine real and fictional articles related to epionage. Many of those things are cars, secret weapons and stories of great value. We challenge you to visit this collection. Who knows? Maybe the CIA or the FBI will recruit you right there.

2. Museum of deception, South Korea

One of the best and strangest trick places in the world is located in Seoul, South Korea. This museum deceives the eye through its paintings which have different themes, and some of them are like the one above, having a very unusual narrative.

1. Museum of love, South Korea

Love, love, love and much more than that! This is the theme of another place in South Korea: the  museum of love. If you feel lonely and need a sexy experience, then this is the place you have to go. Just remember that you could light a flame inside of you.

We are sure that many of our readers have traveled the world and know some rare or strange museums and exhibitions. Share with us if you’ve been in a place like these!