Museums on a bucket list? These aren’t just any museums, these places are unique and weird, maybe even awkward. Let’s start the journey, then you can write down these places and put them and on that list of everything you want to see and experience.
Does it get any more eccentric than visiting a museum dedicated to toilets? It is quite astonishing because of all the history involved. This must-visit museum represents toilet seats from ancient, medieval and modern times. And there is a piece made of gold. If India’s capital is anywhere near your bucket list, do not miss a chance to visit this place!
Leeds Castle holds many secrets. But the cutest and weirdest one of all is the dog collar museum. There are over 130 rare and valuable collars and the earliest ones are from the XV century. Just don’t get any weird idea for your beloved pet dog, after seeing all the magnificent, yet scary collars!
Museo Subacuático de Arte (MUSA) has to be on your bucket list. Forget sandy beaches of Mexico, this place is all about snorkelling and diving. While exploring nature and culture in a very different way, on the bottom of the ocean.
What’s a bucket list without some showbusiness? This place combines the two: the artistic values of a museum in the middle of the wildest city on the planet. Plus, the whole neon theme is pretty self-explanatory. The Neon Museum in Las Vegas keeps neon signs from the past (almost) 100 years.
After visiting international Toilet Museum, The Neon Museum, MUSA (Underwater Museum of Art), and The Dog Collar Museum it’s time for the International Spy Museum in Washington. Every person hides a little spy inside, so this is the place to explore your nature and get some education. Yes, there is a James Bond section, and some games. Also, you can learn about the training intelligence officers undergo and then try some of the skills out at the interactive stations. What a cool way to learn the history of espionage!