The weirdest museums!
Did you know that the 18th of May is the International Museum Day? When was the last time you had visited one? Very often associated with boredom and non stop repeated interdiction "don't touch" traditional museums don’t attract masses of tourists.
However, this situation seems to be drastically changing. First of all modern museums started offering hands on experience. For exemple, in the museum of Warsaw Uprising you can crawl in the imitation of narrow sewer whereas Poznań Croissant Museum and Experience offers visitors a workshop about preparation of that gorgeous sweet. Be prepared for getting dirty with flower!
Another reason why museums attract much more people nowadays is the originality of their expositions! Today you can find a museum collection of almost anything! The biggest number of non conventional museums belongs to Japan;) Have you ever heard about the museum of algaes? The lovers of sushi may be interested. Another surprising example is the museum of instant noodles! You must agree that this invention saved many students' lifes ;)
To continue the presentation of weirdest museums the New Delhi's National Museum of Toilet must be mentioned. The collected items tell 4,500 years long story of a simple but how indispensable invention. If you feel like untalented artist, just to grow your confidence about your artistic abilities you should visit The Museum of Bad Art in the United States. In the same country you can also see the International Cryptozoology Museum that collects the proof of Yeti’s or Big Foot’s existence. Another idea of the special museum was invented in Croatia. The Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb may help you to overcome your emotional collapse after the painful end of a romantic story. If you suffer from such situation, don’t forget to donate to it’s exhibition some artefacts reminding of your ex ;D