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New York Tattoo Museum

New York Tattoo Museum

Opened just last year, the New York Tattoo Museum is located in Staten Island’s Old Town neighborhood. On the upper floor of tattoo artist Dozer’s Island Tattoo parlor, tattoo fans can find three exhibits and two glass cases full of historic artifacts from the tattoo trade. It starts with the...

Enchanted Castle Studios – Dino Kingdom

Enchanted Castle Studios – Dino Kingdom

Even though I lived in Great Britain for over a year, I didn’t make it down to see the country’s number one tourist attraction, Stonehenge. Fortunately (or unfortunately) America has its own version in Virginia. Foamhenge was made entirely of, yes you guessed right, foam. It was created by artist...

Vigeland Museum at Slemdal

Vigeland Museum at Slemdal

Time for another creepy museum, maybe not in the classic sense, but it’s still a bit weird for an art museum. What am I talking about? That would be the Vigeland Museum at Slemdal, one of Oslo’s best kept secrets. The museum is basically a mausoleum to artist Gustav Vigeland...

Electric Ladyland Museum, Amsterdam

Electric Ladyland Museum, Amsterdam

As one gets older, only specific memories stick out in the brain. Or maybe it’s more like a conglomeration of random events pieced together to create a distorted reality. I don’t know where I’m going with this, but I’ve blocked most of my time in high school. I mean, come...

Guggenheim Museum in New York City and Bilbao

Guggenheim Museum in New York City and Bilbao

When Oscar Niemeyer (who designed his own museum, see top photo) died at the age of 104 a few years ago he joined a long list of architects who never seem to die. I.M. Pei is still going at it at the age of 98. And let’s not forget 93-year-old...

Sign Post Forest in Canada

Sign Post Forest in Canada

In my humble opinion, there are not enough sign collections in the world. Yeah, there are the random pieces found in antique stores as well as at the lovely American Sign Museum in Cincinnati. But we need more places like the Sign Post Forest in Canada. Located in Watson Lake...

B&B Antiques in North Myrtle Beach

B&B Antiques in North Myrtle Beach

If you’ve seen one antique mall, then you’ve seen them all. So it’s not life-shattering that B&B Antiques in North Myrtle Beach is closing its doors FOREVA…but what will happen to its impressive display of statues? Yes, the store’s known for having lots and lots of life-size, colorful statues in...

SPAM Museum in Austin, Minnesota

SPAM Museum in Austin, Minnesota

Considering the great number of “spam” followers and likes I’ve been receiving lately, I thought it would only be appropriate to post something on the SPAM Museum. Located at the Hormel headquarters in Austin, Minnesota, the museum is dedicated to everything mystery meat…from a towering wall of 3,390 SPAM cans...

Museum of Miniatures, Prague

Museum of Miniatures, Prague

Happy June! We’ve been to Prague before with the Sex Machines Museum and Prague Castle Toy Collection, but this time we have something teeny-tiny for you. The Museum of Miniatures displays the dedicated (and some would say patient) work of Siberian artist Anatoly Konenko. He has managed to create as...

Larsen’s Christmas Light Show, Chicagoland

Larsen’s Christmas Light Show, Chicagoland

My least favourite time of year is coming to an end. Yes, I am talking about the holiday season, and by holiday I mean all the American celebrations associated with November and December, like Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Chanukkah, Christmas, New Year’s etc. And I’m not using the word holiday to...

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