When traveling, one might wonder which locations have something to offer that is truly off the beaten path.
Have you ever thought about visiting creepy or weird museums?
Being able to say that you found a place that nobody has heard of and showing photos to prove it to friends is especially fun when that place is creepy or bizarre.
There are many museums in the world, but here is a list of very creepy and weird museums. You won’t believe some of these exist.
Discover some scary, historical, and weird museums you absolutely need to check out.
A Glow-In-The-Dark Museum in Malaysia
Are you visiting Malaysia soon? Check out the Dark Mansion Museum. This weird museum located in Penang features 3D and glowing artwork created by the illusionist Edgar Müller.
This museum has many attractions, including an infinity room that has been constructed to give visitors an idea of the vastness of the universe.
Another of the unique features is a visit to Pandora Land, from the Avatar film.
Other attractions include glow-in-the-dark visits to settings filled with childhood toys, underwater settings that inspire visitors with its homage to the underwater city of Atlantis, and so much more.
A glow-in-the-dark museum in Malaysia is definitely a worthwhile stop if weird museums are on your list.
A Ventriloquist Museum in the United States
Have you ever been fascinated with the art of ventriloquism?
The Vent Haven Museum in Kentucky is a museum dedicated to the art of ventriloquism. The museum is filled with the dolls used for the art form of throwing your voice toward another object during performances.
This weird museum is the result of 40-years of collecting the dummies, dolls, scripts, and photographs around the art form of ventriloquism. The museum boasts more than 900 dummies you can check out.
While some people have a true appreciation for this type of performance, many are reminded of horror movies where dolls come alive. This museum can appeal to both types of people.
The Vent Haven Museum is just strange enough to land on our must-see list of weird museum.
An Instant Ramen Museum In Japan
Do you love instant noodles? Have cups of noodles or the rectangular bricks known as ramen been a staple in your meals throughout the years?
Well, perhaps you love these noodles enough to visit a weird museum about them. You might even discover a reason to love them even more.
The Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum in Osaka, Japan, houses a tunnel that displays the evolution of instant noodles throughout the years.
The tunnel boasts around 800 packages. Are you committed enough to see them all?
While the art of ramen has long been a staple in many diets and dining experiences, instant ramen came later. Momofuku Ando is the inventor of the original instant ramen from the 1950s.
It’s only natural to appreciate the innovations made over the past sixty years when you visit this museum.
Which Weird Museums Will You Visit?
These three weird museums are must-see stops in these three countries for us.
Have you visited any one of these?
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