World Weirdest Museums

World Weirdest Museums – Visit-With-Family 2023

If you can’t think of anything more than it Louvre and it’s nice when it comes to museums, I offer you a change of mind. As a testament to the fact that our world still has its fair share of eccentrics, I sat down to search for the weirdest museums in the world. Startled by the sheer number and, of course, the sheer eccentricity, I have chosen the best of these museums for you.

This will help you know which museum you are going to on your next holiday –

Arna Jharna – The Desert Museum of Rajasthan, Jodhpur

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The efforts to create a green strip of land in the middle of the desert make it worth it. For the eccentric touch, feast your eyes on the collection of brooms inside. Worth envy (if you must), the place has quite a large number of brooms. One of the least hyped attractions around Jodhpur, Arna Jharna Museum is a good break from all the forts and havelis.

UFO Museum and Research Center, New Mexico

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Photo courtesy – kbcool

While it welcomes believers and skeptics alike, you’ll definitely have a gala time here if you agree with the theory that we’re not alone in the universe. This one has plenty of evidence to back you up, including detailed accounts of UFO sightings and alien appearances! It’s also a good attempt at government cover-ups and the fabled Rosewell UFO crash theory.

International Spy Museum, Washington

Photo Courtesy - Official Website
Photo Courtesy – Official Website

Bonds? Yes, those are James Bond’s. Other than this super spy Aston Martin DB5, there is a lot to appeal to the spy enthusiasts here. The smallest cameras, x-ray binoculars, hi-tech phones, ring guns, guard cameras, shoes with heel transmitters and what not. Here you have totally drool worthy gadgets from the world of ultimate spies. Don’t skip this one.

Museum of Bad Arts, Massachusetts

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Photo Courtesy – Official Website

Once you stop laughing after meeting the “other Mona Lisa,” start reading. The Museum of Bad Arts (MOBA) houses “art too bad to ignore”. The two branches of MOBA have about 500unbeautiful pieces of artwork. What started as a hobby and private collection is now known and loved around the world as MOBA. Other thantheMona Lisa, that’s true Lucy in the field with flowers, which is also a must see.

Hall of Flame, Arizona

Photo courtesy - Greg Gjerdingen
Photo courtesy – Greg Gjerdingen

The Hall of Flame offers you a variety of firefighting exhibits! Although not accurate, this is a must-read for anyone who has ever thought about putting on the savior cap and saving people from burning buildings. It has about 80 pieces of restored firefighting equipment from around the world.

Museum of Funeral Carriages, Barcelona, ​​Spain

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Photo courtesy – M0tty

Started in 1970, it houses a terrifying (literally) collection of funeral carriages. If you are touring Barcelona and would like to take a break from the very fascinating architecture and the many tourists, this is the place to go. It also takes pride in housing the only collection of hearses in all of Europe. Provides a more than somber twist to your trip!

Pattaya Museum of Bottle Art, Thailand

Photo courtesy – Christine Matthews
Photo courtesy – Christine Matthews

This museum is a beautiful collection of works of art in bottles. Just like the collection of Blackbeard’s (the pirate), who had enormous ships locked in bottles, the collection here is simply fascinating. Apart from a few works installed in glass cubes, everything worth a watch here is built in bottles. Exciting, piratey, right?

Gelato Museum, Italy

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Photo Courtesy – Official Website

If you too, like me. are in love with Gelato, you should visit this one. A visit to the Gelato Museum will let you know the history, culture and technology of gelato. It includes an interactive tour, a deck with 20 original machines and a… trial session at. In any case, forget about the number of calories you visit. Advance reservations are a must to visit.

The Dog Collar Museum, Kent

Photos courtesy – Ealdgyth
Photos courtesy – Ealdgyth

The only museum of its kind in Britain, the Dog Collar Museum at Leeds Castle has an interesting collection of over 100 vintage collars. The exhibits include some pieces that are more than five centuries old! A must visit for lovers of eccentricity and, of course, dogs, this museum is one of Leeds Castle’s best kept secrets.

Malacological Museum, Italy

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Photo courtesy – Moyan_Brenn

Founded in 1977 to preserve a collection of seashells, it has grown over time into quite a large entity. With more than 900,000 exhibits and 9 million study pieces, this lake is a wonderland for those in love with the sea. This is as close to the sea as you can get while still on land. This is a must visit. Closer to home there is the Sea Shell Museum in Diu at. Another great visit.

If you think there are more crazy museums that deserve a mention here, drop a comment below and we’ll make sure your entry is featured here. Until then, let’s create a new route, a new road map.

Have fun traveling.

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