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Minister’s Treehouse in Crossville, Tennessee

Minister’s Treehouse in Crossville, Tennessee

Through the years we have told you about people who have “talked” to God and created something from those conversations. Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden in Georgia and the well-known Salvation Mountain in Slab City are just a few examples. Well, the Minister’s Treehouse in Crossville, Tennessee is another one we...

Gnome Reserve and Museum, England

Gnome Reserve and Museum, England

Thanks to that movie Amélie everyone thinks they’re being cute or adventurous by taking a gnome with them on a trip. A few years ago an acquaintance of mine was “doing Europe” (that shit makes me groan) by seeing like 15 countries in 60 days. If you figured out this...

Decoy Museum, Maryland

Decoy Museum, Maryland

I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. There’s a museum for just about everything. And I wasn’t lying. In Havre de Grace, Maryland there is a museum dedicated to “working decoys” (you know those things that sit in the water and attract ducks). Apparently duck hunting is popular...

Hall of Curious Rocks, Saitama, Japan

Hall of Curious Rocks, Saitama, Japan

Right outside Tokyo, in the town of Saitama, is a museum called the Hall of Curious Rocks. The museum’s founder was a rock collector for over fifty years. He was drawn to unusual and rare rocks. Ultimately his collection numbered over 1,700 stones, but what makes this museum so interesting...

Phallic Shrine in Bangkok, Thailand

Phallic Shrine in Bangkok, Thailand

With earlier posts about Korea’s Penis Park and Prague’s Sex Machines Museum, it should come as no surprise that this dirty little ol’ blog is now telling you about the Phallic Shrine in Bangkok. In the heart of the city right behind the five star luxury hotel Swissotel Nai Lert...

Haeshindang Park, otherwise known as Penis Park, South Korea

Haeshindang Park, otherwise known as Penis Park, South Korea

As we near closer to the date of Valentine’s Day where single women over 30 are driven to near suicide with the “dinner-for-two” specials and men are forced to buy crap for their significant others that they clearly don’t need (oh, but how it makes them feel so loved), let’s...

Museo della Frutta in Turin, Italy

Museo della Frutta in Turin, Italy

At Museo della Frutta in Turin, Italy, the pomological collection by Francesco Garnier Valletti consists of thousands of varieties of apples, pears, peaches, apricots, plums, grapes…and oranges. Pomology is the study and cultivation of fruit. The museum not only has a couple of pomological collection rooms, but also reconstructions of...

Berber Museum in Marrakech

Berber Museum in Marrakech

We continue our guest submissions with a long-awaited post from Alli Burness, who documents her travels around the world visiting museums at Museum in a Bottle (you can also find her on twitter @alli_burnie). If you don’t follow Alli already, I highly recommend you do, especially if you like museums...

Mann Wildlife Learning Museum and Montgomery Zoo

Mann Wildlife Learning Museum and Montgomery Zoo

If Ted Nugent ever opens up a museum, expect it to look exactly like the Mann Wildlife Learning Museum. Purchased in 2003 by the Montgomery Zoo, the collection of 70 life-size taxidermied animals were trophy kills by world-record-holding bow and arrow hunter George Mann, who sometimes carried them on his...

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