International Museum Day: Unique museums around the world
You must be aware of the well-known museums around the world including Le Louvre in Paris to the British Museum in London. But if you are looking for offbeat and unorthodox museums, then worry not. There exist the strangest museums to give you a unique experience. Let's visit some of the strangest museums in the world on this International Museum Day.
Cup Noodles Museum, Japan
Osaka, the place where cup noodles first originated, hosts an interesting museum that aims to give visitors a thorough understanding of the well-known cup noodles. It features a tunnel with over 800 product packets to show the evolution of cup noodles. One of the key attractions of the museum is watching the making of cup noodles from scratch. You can also make your noodles.
International Spy Museum, USA
Visitors can get an entertaining insight into the world of intelligence and espionage at this International Spy Museum. The museum seeks to showcase the significant role that intelligence has played in history and its application today. The museum offers a global perspective of spy professionals and exhibits a collection of unseen gadgets and objects used by spies over the years.
Cancun Underwater Museum, Mexico
Mexico's breathtaking underwater museum displays over 500 statues and sculptures of various sizes and shapes underwater. Visitors can view these through glass boats, scuba diving, or snorkeling. The museum which claims to have the world's largest artificial reef, promotes marine conservation and exemplifies how environmental science and art can coexist. It exhibits sculptures of varied themes.
The Museum of Bad Art, USA
While the best artistic works are displayed in museums, the poorest of works are exhibited here in this museum in Massachusetts, USA. The Museum of Bad Art dedicates its collection to bad art showcasing unintentionally hilarious artworks. They have a diverse array of works, ranging from the poor work of skilled artists to those whose brush control is the bare minimum.
The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, England
This museum showcases the history and mythology of witchcraft through displays of antiques, texts, and objects connected to witchcraft practices. Visitors will be captivated by the museum's collections of charms, curses, and herbs. One of the main highlights in the museum is a collection of protective talismans created by soldiers of World War I - which include magical instruments like athames and wands.Share this timeline