Opened in early September, this new museum is the latest contribution to the historic town of Kassel, Germany. Explore the archives of the famous literary duo who penned the first German dictionary as well as the iconic fairytale stories Hansel and Gretel, Rapunzel, Cinderella and Snow White. Bonus: The building's rooftop terrace features 360-degree views of Weinberg park and the rolling German countryside.
More than 500,000 dog lovers visit the Dog Collar Museum's collection of canine accessories every year. The puppy paraphernalia spans five centuries and is housed in the historic Leeds Castle — it's worth the trip just to see this medieval estate. The main highlight? Fifteenth-century antique collars with spikes to protect man's best friend.
With TV shows like Finding Bigfoot rising in popularity, it’s no surprise that there's an entire museum dedicated to the study of mystical creatures. What you'll see: mermaid and abominable snowmen specimens, the hairy Yeti beast said to hail from the Himalayas, hair samples and native art. After a tour here, you may just turn into a believer.
Blink and you might miss this closet-sized menagerie in downtown Manhattan. Its rotating exhibits showcase oddities collected by artists from around the world. Among the highlights: Middle Eastern cheese puffs, Russian watches and New York City tip jars.
Giggle all you want — this museum doesn't hide from its, ahem, erect subjects. Visitors can see 215 animal private parts, including a massive 67-inch sperm whale organ and a lampshade made out of bull balls. There's even four big human... contributions, if you get what we mean.
Why should Renaissance masters like da Vinci and contemporary artists like Jeff Koons get all the glory? In Dedham, Massachusetts, the Museum of Bad Art showcases 600 not-so-brilliant works ranging from misshapen portraits to obscure landscape drawings. The collection would make mom's kitchen fridge proud.
If you believe that Halloween can only be celebrated one night a year, think again. At the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn and the Siriraj Medical Museum (also known as the Museum of Death) in India, beware of hemorrhaged brains, mutilated organs and wax bodies.
We’re all guilty of having it — that “secret” box in the corner of your closet with your ex’s old sweatshirt, handwritten love notes and photos of you in your happy days together. Now imagine if everyone combined that emotional memorabilia into a gallery...welcome to The Museum of Broken Relationships.
This New Delhi museum is a shrine to the commode, and yes, we're talking about your bathroom seat. Here you'll find 4,500 years of toilet history from humble chamber pots to elaborate Victorian lavatories.