Would you associate museums with whimsical, weird and wacky things? No? From one on toilets to one for broken relationships, this list will make you reconsider a trip to the museums.
Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, New Delhi
How well do you know the history of toilets? A trip to this museum will be an eye-opener of sorts. The museum traces the history of toilets for the past 4500 years. From double-decker toilets to chamber pots and elaborate plans from the olden days, you will see it all here.
Museum of Bad Art, United States
MOBA for short, is the world's only museum dedicated to the collection, preservation, exhibition and celebration of bad art in all its forms, according to their website. And once you have a look at the collection, you will feel proud of the doodles you make during those boring meetings.
The Museum of Vampires and Legendary Creatures, Paris
Jacques Sirgent, a scholar and specialist of the macabre has spent a lifetime collecting, translating rare texts and gathering information associated with the undead. And now, you can view this prized collection at this unique museum in Paris.
Museum of Broken Relationships, Zagreb, Croatia
When two artists ended their four-year long relationship, the seeds were sown for a museum where they could set up the left-overs of their love tokens. This later became a traveling collection and received the Kenneth Hudson Award for Europe's most innovative museum in 2011. The best part? You are encouraged to donate artifacts from your own broken relationships as “a chance to overcome an emotional collapse.”
The Icelandic Phallological Museum, Iceland
The weirdest of them all would be this museum dedicated to the phallus. Situated in Reykjavik this museum houses more than 280 specimens from 93 species of animals including human.