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UFO Museum In Goreme, Turkey

UFO Museum In Goreme, Turkey

In Goreme, Turkey you’ll find the UFO Museum. Apparently UFOs are quite popular in this part of the world as there are several museums dedicated to the topic. People in Goreme live in homes located in rock formations and caves. One cave is dedicated to UFOs. You’ll find a gigantic...

St. Benedict Abbey Museum in Mount Angel, Oregon

St. Benedict Abbey Museum in Mount Angel, Oregon

One wouldn’t expect to visit a 125 year old abbey/monastery and find a museum full of random things. Besides the largest pig hairball and assortment of half deformed cows (including one with 8 legs!) in the taxidermy room, the St. Benedict Abbey Museum in Mount Angel, Oregon also has a...

Nonseum, Austria

Nonseum, Austria

Just an hour’s drive from Vienna is the small village of Herrnbaumgarten. Located near the Czech border and next to the wine village of Poysdorf (did someone say wine?) many people view this town in Lower Austria as a quirky place. Travel groups from Asia and other parts of Europe...

Mystery Park in Switzerland

Mystery Park in Switzerland

On the outskirts of Interlaken, a resort town in Switzerland, is Mystery Park, a museum/amusement park dedicated to the great “mysteries” of the world. The park was designed by Erich von Däniken, who believes that alien astronauts not only inspired the Egyptian and Mesoamerican pyramids but had their hands in...

Meguro Parasite Museum, Tokyo, Japan

Meguro Parasite Museum, Tokyo, Japan

Have a thing for parasites? Well, go visit the world’s only Parasite Museum next time you’re in Tokyo, Japan. The Meguro Parasite Museum explains the parasite/host relationship as it applies to all creatures on earth, like in the picture above, which is a dolphin’s stomach. Ready to eat some lunch?

The World’s Only Umbrella Cover Museum

The World’s Only Umbrella Cover Museum

Okay, maybe yesterday’s post on the Dormouse Museum didn’t go over too well, but I have an even more interesting museum for you guys today. It’s the world’s only Umbrella Cover Museum. Opened in 1996 on Peaks Island off the coast of Maine, the museum is the creation of Nancy...

“Keep Cudahy Fun” House, Milwaukee

“Keep Cudahy Fun” House, Milwaukee

I have relatives who live in the St. Francis/Cudahy area of Milwaukee, so on a trip up there this past Saturday I thought I’d find if there is anything weird and/or interesting to check out. And what a surprise…there is. Known as the “Keep Cudahy Fun” House, the home of...

Museum of Funeral Customs, Springfield, Illinois

Museum of Funeral Customs, Springfield, Illinois

Okay, I lied. Before my temporary hiatus last week I promised a Halloween post. Well, that shit didn’t happen. Like it really matters. This isn’t a job where I work on a commission with a boss telling me what to do, so I will post whenever I please. That means...

One Street Museum in Kiev, Ukraine

One Street Museum in Kiev, Ukraine

One of my first posts on this blog was about famous death masks from museums around the world. But what I really want to know is where I can find the largest collection of death masks in, I don’t know, the Ukraine? Well, I’m in luck. At the One Street...

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