Unique Museums in the World

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Top 6 Most Unique Museums in the World

Here’s a list of most unique museums in the world. A museum is a building which houses and cares for a collection of artifact and other objects of artistic, scientific, or historical importance then make them available for public viewing. There is must be a museum at every countries or even cities. Here’s a list of the top 6 most unique museums in the world. 

6. Shin Yokohama Raumen Museum, Yokohama, Japan

Raumen or ramen noodles has become the main food in Japan. The instant version of ramen noodles were introduced in 1958. Since then, the popularity exploded and now has 200 thousand Ramen restaurants. The three-story museum is open Monday to Friday at 11:00 until 23:00 local time. And also on Saturday until Sunday at 10:30 until 23:00.

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Shin Yokohama Raumen Museum

5. Toliet Museum, New Delhi, India

The museum was released by Dr. Pathak Bindershwar. There are many relics of primitive evolution of toilets from around the world. One of them is replicas of King Louis XVIII’s toilet of the French. The Museum is open on Monday through Saturday from 10:00 until 17:00 local time.

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Toilet Museum

4. Museum of Bad Art, Dedham, Massachusetts

The works of art such as paintings that exist in every museum is identical with beauty. But what if that were displayed in the museum is the work of a failed or bad. When you visit this museum, there are many dozens of paintings that failed. Nearly 400 paintings collected in this museum. The museum of bad art is located in the Massachusetts, United States.

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Museum of Bad Art

3. Sewer Museum, Paris

Paris developed its first exhaust system around the year 1200 AD. At that time, King Philippe Auguste said that all roads must be paved with a channel along the middle to waste. Right now, some parts of the drainage system along the 1300 miles was well organized and you can walk to explore the tunnel. Sewer Museum open every day from 11:00 until 17:00 o’clock local time, except for Thursday and Friday.

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Sewer Museum

2. Leila’s Hair Museum, Missouri, United States

Leila’s Hair Museum has a large collection of ornaments of hairs 1800s. The Leila’s museum has 159 wreaths and more than 2,000 jewelry pieces adorned with hair in it. Leila Cohoon former hairdresser who started triggering this museum. Cohoon started collecting hair art as a hobby in 1949. He then opened the hair museum in 1990 in Missouri, United States. Leila Museum is open from Tuesday through Saturday starting at 09:00 until 17:00 local time.

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Leila’s Hair Museum

1. Museum of Torture, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Museum of Torture is located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, this indicates the instrument of torture. In addition, the museum also provides a tutorial on the history of torture and their use in society. With dim lighting, tools of torture that will make your neck hairs stand up. One of them famous guillotine, Guillotine. Torture Museum is open daily from 10:00 to 23:00 o’clock local time.

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Torture Museum

From the list of most unique museums above, do you interested to visit one of these museums? Or do you ever been seen one of these museums and interested to visit the other one?

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