Majority of the museums concentrate on the history of the locale in which the museum is situated. But here we'll let you to have a sneak peek into a weird land of uncanny museums beyond human imagination.
One would scratch hard as to know why these museums are so special. They have a permanent collection of those architectural edifices, the historical preservation and lest we forget the educational worth they have to offer is priceless. Let us examine some of these strange museums.
Museum of Medieval Torture Instruments – Prague, Czech Republic
Prague, is adorned in history for its majestic beauty. Yes, Prague houses one of the most zany museums around. The people who think witches and soccerers should get what they deserve that is a slow, painful death then this museum is the most befitted place for them. Over 60 torture instruments and devices of pain are on display in this museum, truly one would freak with fear sighting it but still a must see!
The Cat Museum, Kuching, Malaysia
Must have heard the age-old quote- don't fight like cats and dogs? But here for the people of Kuching, it only means "cat city". In this museum of meows one attains knowledge about historical beliefs regarding cats, including Egyptian cat mummification. Well! Dare not forget reading the cat memorabilia from around the world and oh yes! Hello Kitty too makes a guest appearance. Apart from it one would be baffled viewing the mounted display of the world's rarest cat species. But what a pity! the museum doesn't recommend a cure for hairballs.
The Paris Sewer Museum – Paris, France
Now we present the Paris Sewer Museum. With the possible exception of London, no other city in the world has a sewer system with such a memorable history. At first trifle it may represent a weird museum subject but a keen look unfolds the story of the sewer system in Paris which in fact is the story of the city itself. A tad melodramatic? Sure. But worth a sure visit nonetheless. Paris has had a de-facto sewer system since the 13th century, can a mortal believe it? Well you have to.
Sulabh International Museum of Toilets – New Delhi, India
In an attempt to spread sanitary awareness in India the Sulabh sanitation movement in India was started. The museum is the right place showcasing the evolution of toilets. This is a museum of its kind only on earth. A must see.
Museum of Witchcraft - Cornwall, England
The days of being burnt at the stake are bygone, so now one is free to cast spells on anyone courtesy museum of witch craft Cornwall. So, let that adrenalin gush into the blood stream with ultimate force for here we take you into the world's largest collection of witchcraft artifacts and a massive archive of books on occult science and magic. The man who laid the foundation stone of this museum was Cecil Williamson. Well, his first spell was used on the boy who teased him at school. Scary right!
The Meguro Parasite Museum, Tokyo, Japan
This museum bills itself as the only one endowment in itself in the whole planet devoted to parasites. This museum houses photos of people with elephantiasis and heaps of creepy crawlies and it has over 45,000 prepared parasite specimens in its collection. No! No ! There's no time shrieking as the prize attraction is the world's longest tapeworm -8.8 meters in length. Horrendous right ! Visit it for sure to get those goosebumps.
Therefore, museums are not only tombs of culture but also tell the untold freaky fetishes and strange hobbies. Truly, these wacky museums symbolize ultimate plethora of culture greeting millions of visitors every year.