The museum's collection from Dutch botanist Sebald Justinus Brugmans, above, includes things like deformed human skulls and fetuses in jars.
The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum
A monument to dehydrated noodles, this weird museum contains an instant noodle tunnel that features over 800 packages of ramen.
Meguro Parasitological Museum
While the exhibit above may not look like much at first, it is in fact a 26-foot specimen of a tapeworm, a parasite that can live inside the intestines of humans.
Museum of Broken Relationships
The Museum of Bad Art
Museum of the Sewers of Paris
The Mütter Museum
The Dog Collar Museum
Museum of Death
Los Angeles, California and New Orleans, Louisiana
Not only does the museum feature videos of autopsies and crime scene photos of the homicidal variety, it also contains the decapitated head of Bluebeard, a French serial killer.
Vent Haven Museum
Fort Haven, Kentucky
Museum of Bread Culture
Winchester Mystery House
San Jose, California
Seven stories and $20 million later, the house was a purposefully perplexing jumble of stairs that lead to dead ends, doors to nowhere, cabinets that function as doors, and windows that overlooked other rooms.
While no one is quite sure why Winchester had these renovations done (some say it was to confuse the ghosts that were allegedly haunting her), the house today stands as a museum, and one of the world’s strangest pieces of architecture.
Franz Kafka Museum
Prague, Czech Republic
British Lawnmower Museum
Museum of Jurassic Technology
Los Angeles, California
What's more, many of the museum's fascinatingly bizarre artifacts — featuring oddities such as Russian space dogs and decomposing dice — are in fact fake, though tour guides present every last one as authentic. This leaves visitors to interact with one another in order figure out which exhibits (like the archaic calculator above) are real and which are not.
Barney Smith's Toilet Seat Art Museum
San Antonio, Texas
Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum
Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia
Icelandic Phallogical Museum