25 Most Bizarre Museums From Around The World

Posted by on January 14, 2014

From human heads to bunny rabbits these are the 25 most bizarre museums from around the world.


Beijing Tap Water Museum, China

Nothing spells “excitement” quite like a museum filled with faucets.


Museum of Bad Art, United States

This place houses 600 masterpieces of modern…I mean, shamelessly horrific art.


The Dog Collar Museum, England

The most surprising things about this museum is that nearly half a million people actually visit it every year.


British Lawnmower Museum, England

Big mowers, small mowers, even the royal family’s mowers. They’re all here.


Avanos Hair Museum, Turkey

It’s the world’s largest collection of hair gathered from over 16,000 women along with their names and addresses. If you have ever heard of or experienced anything creepier than that then we are truly sorry.


The Bread Museum, Germany

Although it’s filled with bread there isn’t a single edible loaf in the museum. We know…that was our first thought too.


Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum, United States

From human feet to amish farmers this museum houses over 20,000 interesting little shakers.


The Kunstkamera, Russia

Russia’s original “weird” museum was assembled by the czars to help dispel the population’s belief in monsters. From deformed fetuses to a human head preserved in vinegar we find it hard to see how it came anywhere close to accomplishing its goal.


International Cryptozoology Museum, United States

With recreations of big foot and the alleged tracks of numerous animals which most likely never walked the Earth this is every conspiracy theorists wildest dream come true.


Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum, Japan

Seriously, how do the Japanese think of these things?


Siriraj Medical Museum (Museum of Death), Thailand

The first thing you see walking into the museum is the founder’s skeleton…and it only gets more disturbing from there.


Clown Hall of Fame and Research Center, United States

This place is no laughing matter. It even has the word “research” in its name.


Museum of Enduring Beauty, Malaysia

This museum goes to great lengths to show just how far people will go to look “beautiful”.


Sulabh Museum of Toilets

So is the bathroom separate? Or just part of the exhibition?


Meguro Parasitological Museum, Japan

Ok, we’ve got to hand it to Japan. This is definitely a step up from Ramen noodles.