TOP 7 BIZARRE MUSEUMS

TOP 7 BIZARRE MUSEUMS

TOP 7 BIZARRE MUSEUMS

 

 

1. MUSEUM OF JURASSIC TECHNOLOGY

 9341 Venice Boulevard, Culver City, California 90232

The Museum of Jurassic Technology is, in a sense, a living work of art. It claims to be a repository of technological artifacts and relics from the Lower Jurassic, despite the fact that hominoids did not exist for another 150 million years. The museum houses a decomposing set of antique dice, a collection based on trailer-park culture, and a group of micro-miniature sculptures card from a single human hair.

 

2. BRITISH LAWNMOWER MUSEUM

106-114 Shakespeare Street, Southport, Lancashire PR8 5AJ, England

This thrilling museum is home to hundreds of vintage lawnmowers. It also includes experimental mowers such as solar-powered and super-fast mowers. Many of the exhibits are from the Victorian and Edwardian eras and you can find names normally not associated with garden equipment, such as Rolls Royce, Daimler, and Diesel.

 

3. KANSAS BARBED WIRE MUSEUM

120 West 1st Street, LaCrosse, Kansas 67548

Another thrilling museum, the Kansas Barbed Wire Museum is dedicated to one thing and one thing only: barbed wire. Over two thousand types of barbed wire can be seen there, including antique samples from the nineteenth century. In fairness to the museum, we should say that it is at least contributing to the preservation of a seldom considered aspect of the early Midwest.

 

4. CREATION MUSEUM

2800 Bullittsburg Church Road, Petersburg, Kentucky 41080 The

Creation Museum was created to promote young Earth creationism. It presents an account of the origins of life and the universe using literal interpretations of the Biblical book of Genesis. The museum rejects evolution and contains fossils that “prove” man and dinosaurs coexisted. The British newspaper The Guardian called the museum, “quite possibly … one of the weirdest museums in the world.”

 

5. SULABH MUSEUM OF TOILETS

 Mahavir Enclave, Palam Dabri Road, New Delhi, India

If you are fascinated with toilets and wish to learn the history of the useful appliance, head on down to the Sulabh Museum of Toilets. There you can find everything you could ever want to know about the subject. The museum was founded by Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, the head of a non-profit organization, in the field of sanitation.

 

6. MÜTTER MUSEUM

19 South 22nd Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19103

This museum contains a multitude of bizarre and fascinating objects, including a model of a woman with a human horn, the tallest skeleton in the U.S., and the malignant tumor removed from President Grover Cleveland’s mouth. This is a must-see museum for people interested in the bizarre.

 

7. ANTIQUE VIBRATOR MUSEUM

 603 Valencia Street, San Francisco, California 94110

Believe it or not, vibrators were once used as a treatment for hysteria in women. Hysteria simply meant mental or emotional distress. A variety of prescribed vibrators can be found at the Antique Vibrator Museum.

 

 

 

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