International Museum Day 2023: 10 world's most bizarre museums you won't believe actually exist

Happy International Museum Day 2023! Let's celebrate by taking a tour of the world's most bizarre museums, featuring everything from

Updated on May 18, 2023 12:12 PM IST 11 Photos

On this International Museum Day, we take a detour from the ordinary and explore the extraordinary. From toilets and phalluses to broken relationships and bad art, these offbeat museums challenge conventions and offer a glimpse into the particular aspects of human culture. Join us as we delve into the world's most peculiar museums and uncover their captivating and often bewildering exhibits.(Pinterest)

The Museum of Bad Art (MOBA) in Massachusetts, USA: This museum displays a collection of art pieces that are considered "so bad, they're good," showcasing unintentionally hilarious and bizarre artwork.(Pinterest)

The Sulabh International Museum of Toilets in Delhi, India: This museum explores the history and evolution of toilets and sanitation systems, featuring a wide range of toilets from different eras and cultures.(AFP/Sajjad Hussain)


The Icelandic Phallological Museum in Reykjavik, Iceland: This museum is dedicated to the study and display of penises from various animal species, including mammals, marine creatures, and even folklore-related specimens.(Pinterest)

The Meguro Parasitological Museum in Tokyo, Japan: This museum focuses on parasites and their impact on humans and animals, featuring a vast collection of preserved specimens, educational exhibits, and interactive displays.(Pinterest)