Who wants to go see a museum that will see you back? The Musée des Lunettes et Lorgnettes is an Eyeglass Museum in Paris created by sixties avant-garde optician Pierre Marly. Remember the oversized sunglasses that Jackie Onassis wore? Well, he designed those thingamajigs. The museum displays 3,000 objects, including other celebrity spectacles, like ones belonging to Marlene Dietrich and Elton John. There’s also a permanent exhibit on lorgnettes, telescopes and binoculars of all shapes and sizes with a few contact lenses and glasses made for cats and dogs thrown in just because it’s France.