6 of Strange museums Around The World


Some museums have items that usually should never become an exhibit, but tourists want to. There is a Russian funeral museum, a Turkish women’s hair museum and a South Korea love museum. We all want memorable experiences when we travel abroad, and so visiting one of the following museums can be a good idea.

1. Avanos Hair Museum, Turkey

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In 1979 a few hair locks were on view in a pottery shop, and the Avanos Hair Museum in Cappadocia, Turquie began to exist. Until then, 16,000 people have been hanging on walls and ceilings from their gorgeous locks.

2. Museum of World Funeral Culture, Russia

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This funeral culture museum presents exhibits on the method of cremation, mummification and the preservation of the body. You will also see the clothing that people wear and the coffins that are used in funerals.

3. Museum of Bad Art, USA

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Some museums have items that usually should never become an exhibit, but tourists want to. There is a Russian funeral museum, a Turkish women’s hair museum and a South Korea love museum. We all want memorable experiences when we travel abroad, and so visiting one of the following museums can be a good idea.

1. Avanos Hair Museum, Turkey

In 1979 a few hair locks were on view in a pottery shop, and the Avanos Hair Museum in Cappadocia, Turquie began to exist. Until then, 16,000 people have been hanging on walls and ceilings from their gorgeous locks.

2. Museum of World Funeral Culture, Russia

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This funeral culture museum presents exhibits on the method of cremation, mummification and the preservation of the body. You will also see the clothing that people wear and the coffins that are used in funerals.

3. Museum of Bad Art, USA

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You read it right! The art on display is so bad that it actually ended up being worthy of a whole museum. The exhibition may also be viewed when it’s traveling around the world. There are also books written on bad art that you can buy. Sometimes bad is, actually, good.

4. Cancun Underwater Museum, Mexico

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What else is there to do in Cancun if you’re tired of washing your body in the sea and baking it under the sun? That’s right! Take a dip, and do some snorkeling or scuba-diving at this underwater museum. The museum boasts over 500 structures that, according to the museum, act as a platform for a coral reef to grow on.

5. Vent Haven Ventriloquist Museum, USA

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Ventriloquist dummies, puppet dolls, and everything that is associated with this type of art is on display at Vent Haven Museum. Located in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, the museum will welcome you with a large collection of dolls that started as a private collection over 100 years ago.

6. Instant Ramen Museum, Japan

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Mmmm! A cup of steaming hot instant noodles! That’s a great snack, but a whole museum of it is even better! This museum of instant noodles is a must-see attraction for tourists. You will find yourself wandering around a hall of fame of every noodle cup ever produced and playing with the interactive parts of the exhibition. Most importantly, you can have a portion of noodles right there after the tour.

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