Museum as a place to store objects of historical and valuable artifacts. However, there are also a few museums collect objects that are not common, unique, and weird.

1. Raumen Shinyokohama Museum, Yokohama, Japan
Raumen or ramen noodles has become a staple food in Japan. Version of instant ramen noodles introduced in 1958. Since then, its popularity exploded and now has 200 thousand Ramen restaurants.

f you fan of ramen noodles, please visit to Japan. In a country that sakura, will witness a wide variety of ramen noodle dishes. Three-story museum is open Monday to Friday at 11:00 until 23:00 local time. And also on Saturday until Sunday at 10:30 until 23:00. Ticket entry of about 3 U.S. dollars or Rp27 thousand for adults and $ 1 United States for children under the age of 13 years.

2. Toliet Museum, New Delhi, India
Do you know the toilet artifacts from 2500 years BC? If not, visit to the museum Toilets in New Delhi, India. The museum is triggered Bindershwar Dr. Pathak.

There are various primitive relic of the evolution of toilets worldwide. One of them replicas of toilet owned by King Louis XVIII of France. The Museum is open Monday to Saturday at 10.00 until 17.00 local time. Are you interested? Please visit without an entrance fee.

3. Museum of Bad Art, Dedham, Massachusetts
The works of art of painting in every museum synonymous with beauty. But what if that were displayed in the museum is the work of a failed or bad. When you visit this museum, many dozens of paintings that failed.

Nearly 400 paintings collected in this museum. If you want curious, please visit the Massachusetts, United States.

4. Sewer Museum, Paris
Paris developed its first exhaust system around the year 1200 AD. At that time, King Philippe Auguste said that all roads must be paved with a line along the middle to waste. Now, some parts of the drainage system along the 1300 miles is well organized and you can walk to explore the tunnels.

Sewer Museum is open every day starting at 11:00 until 17:00 local time, except Thursday and Friday. Ticket entry of around 5 U.S. dollars or Rp46 thousand.

5. Leila's Hair Museum, Missouri, United States
Leila's Hair Museum has a large collection of ornaments rambur 1800s. Museum Leila has 159 wreaths and more than 2,000 pieces of jewelry to adorn the hair in it. Leila Cohoon former hairdresser who started triggering this museum.

Cohoon spent half his life working with hair. He found a passion for when buying a variety of hair ornaments in an antique shop. Cohoon started collecting hair art in 1949 as a hobby. He then opened the museum's hair in 1990 in Missouri, United States.

Leila Museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday starting at 09.00 until 17.00 local time. Adult ticket price $ 5 United States or around Rp46 thousand and children under the age of 12 years at 2.5 U.S. dollars, or about Rp. 23 thousand.

6. Museum of Torture, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Torture means of torture. Museum of Tourture in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, this shows the instruments of torture. In addition, the museum also provides a tutorial on the history of torture and its use in the community.

In this museum, you will be reminded go back in time hundreds of years ago. You seemed to return to the extreme methods that cause pain or death for violators of the law. With dim lighting, tools of torture that will make your neck hairs stand up. One of them famous guillotine, guillotine.

Torture Museum is open daily from 10:00 to 23:00 pm local time with a ticket price of $ 7 the United States or around Rp64 thousand for adults and 3.5 U.S. dollars or about Rp32 thousand to the children.


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