Once upon a time, there was a man named Arnold Schwarzenegger who became a famous bodybuilder turned action star turned California governor. In Graz, Austria there once existed a museum dedicated to this man. See, Schwarzenegger has a connection to Austria’s second city in that he went to school here when he was just a girly boy (Didn’t Britney Spears sing “I’m Not A Boy, Not Yet A Man?). Over a decade ago, Arnie built a state-of-art sports stadium, named it after himself, then created an Arnie museum tucked into the corner of the building’s fitness center. Schwarzenegger sure doesn’t lack self-importance, wouldn’t you agree? While it was opened, one could learn all about Arnie’s days as a little, scrawny kid to his winning the 1965 Mr. Austria championship. Unfortunately, the museum ran into some financial trouble in 2004-05. They reached out to the action hero to save the day, but Arnie ignored their pleas. But good news! The house where baby Arnie was born opened as a museum last year. It’s called Arnie’s Life.