7 Unusual Museums Around the World

May 17, 2023

By Mekhala Joshi

Dog Collar Museum, United Kingdom

This wonderful Dog Collar Museum allows all dog lovers to see how how canine neckwear has evolved over the last five centuries. This museum boasts of 130 dog collars, of which 30 have been discovered recently and haven't previously been on display. 

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Sulabh International Toilet Museum, India

Learn more about the evolution of toilets, from technology to toilet etiquette and social customs, in this wonderfully weird toilet museum located in New Delhi, India.

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Cup Noodles Museum, Japan

Founded by the makers of the world’s first instant noodles, this museum will help you understand the history of instant noodles, teach you how to think creatively and give you a chance to create your very own one-of-a-kind cup noodles package. 

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British Lawnmower Museum, United Kingdom

The visitors of this museum will be able to see lawnmowers used by famous people and manufactured by companies like that do not typically manufacture gardening goods.

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National Mustard Museum, United States

This Mustard Museum has over 6,090 jars of mustard from 70 odd countries that pay homage to this condiment. This museum also hosts events and gatherings like the World-Wide Mustard Competition. 

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The Bunny Museum, United States

Established in 1993, the Bunny Museum, to date, boasts of 45,737 bunny objects. The museum aims at helping visitors understand the contribution of bunnies in our everyday lives from art, entertainment, fashion and so on. 

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Meguro Parasitological Museum, Japan

Parasites live on or in the host and get food at the expense of the host. About 60,000 parasite specimens, including 1,500 different types of specimens, have been kept in this museum. People can also spend time learning about the life cycle of these parasites and the symptoms they cause in humans upon infection.

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