Don’t miss this, great dicks everywhere! Start from tiny penis to incredibly enormous dick, from fish to fowl and over! It’s really one of those things you simply have to do, and particularly if you have an adequate sense of humor or are simply interested in male anatomy. The Icelandic Phallological Museum is apparently the only museum in the world to keep a most prominent display of phallic exemplars belonging to all the various types of mammals found in a single country. It is founded in 1997 by since-then retired teacher Sigurður Hjartarson and now run by his son Hjörtur Gísli Sigurðsson. The museum has turned into a popular tourist place with thousands of guests a year and has obtained foreign media attention, for example, a Canadian documentary movie called “The Final Member,” which tells the museum’s hunt to receive a human penis.
It’s a bit weird, but also a fun experience. At the museum, there are penises everywhere! Visitors to this medical museum can see encounter 55 specimens belonging to 16 different kinds of whale, one exemplar taken from a wild arctic bear, 36 specimens belonging to seven different species of seal and walrus — also, more than one hundred fifteen samples taken from twenty different species of land mammal. In total, more than 200 specimens belonging to 46 various kinds of mammal, and Homo sapiens too.
At this time the museum has a collection of silver casts of the Icelandic National Handball Team who won Olympic Silver in 2008. I’m sure you can appreciate the size of their penises. You may be wondering which of them has a really big dick and which not. Why the museum doesn’t have any tits of players’ wives? Well, I’m just curious maybe someone of them took part in a porn scene? I need to visit a few porn sites like Pornhub or sexphone.mobi, to do research.
Phallology is an ancient science which, until recent time, has received not very much attention in Iceland. And today, thanks to The Icelandic Phallological Museum, it’s finally possible for people to launch serious research into the field of phallology in an organized, scientific form.
Also, there are 24 traditions exemplars and over almost 50 foreign ones. Altogether the collection contains two hundred eighty-two specimens from ninety-three different kinds of animals. Further to the biological part of the phallological museum, guests can look at the selection of near 350 art oddments and practical utensils associated with the museum ́s chosen theme.
The Icelandic Phallological Museum provides an Audio tour with headset player, or you can listen to narration of examples from your phone from the museum’s web page. Yes, there is free Wifi if you want to listen using your own phone and earbuds. If you have time to waste and are not easily offended by sexual content, then you could stop here. We went here as we thought it might be ridiculous. However it was really fascinating and educational.