The World’s Weirdest Museums.
A diver drifts over a submerged vehicle at MUSA, the underwater museum of contemporary art in Cancun, Mexico.
PHOTOGRAPH BY MAURICIO COLLADO, XINHUA/ALAMY STOCK PHOTO
Gunther Von Hagens’s plastination institute displays preserved bodies in creative positions—like this archer—to showcase the intricacies of the human form.
PHOTOGRAPH BY MICHELE TANTUSSI, GETTY IMAGES
Visitors get handsy in the Bouncy Castle of Breasts during the “Funland: Pleasures and Perils of the Erotic Fairground” traveling exhibition in New York City.
PHOTOGRAPH BY PIOTR A REDLINSKI, THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX
INTERNATIONAL SPY MUSEUM,WASHINGTON, D.C.
A parade of classic German cars lines up outside of the International Spy Museum during a 2007 anniversary celebration of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
PHOTOGRAPH BY WIN MCNAMEE, GETTY IMAGES
THE MUMMY MUSEUM ,GUANAJUATO, MEXICO
A mummified child sits on display at the Mummy Museum in Guanajuato, one of Mexico’s most popular tourist attractions.
PHOTOGRAPH BY DANITA DELIMONT, GETTY IMAGES
CANCUN UNDERWATER MUSEUM,CANCUN, MEXICO
Cancun’s underwater museum is a collaboration between biologists and artist Jason deCaires Taylor, who created an “urban reef” that fosters diverse marine life.
PHOTOGRAPH BY JASON DECAIRES TAYLOR, EPA/REDUX
ICELAND PHALLOLOGICAL MUSEUM,REYKJAVIK, ICELAND
More than 200 penises and penile parts belonging to various land and sea mammals are displayed in Iceland’s Phallological Museum.
PHOTOGRAPH BY ARCTIC IMAGES/ALAMY STOCK PHOTO
SULABH INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF TOILETS ,NEW DELHI, INDIA
An employee of the Sulabh International Museum of Toilets in New Delhi, India, presents a vintage toilet used in the 1930s.
PHOTOGRAPH BY RAVEENDRAN, AFP/GETTY IMAGES
TORTURE MUSEUM,AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
The Torture Museum’s eerie inquisition chair display features enlarged images from old books and articles that reveal the history of the device and its uses.
PHOTOGRAPH BY MICHIEL VAARTJES, ALAMY STOCK PHOTO
VENT HAVEN VENTRILOQUIST MUSEUM,FORT MITCHELL, KENTUCKY
Smiling ventriloquist dolls fill rows of seats at the Vent Haven Museum in Kentucky.
PHOTOGRAPH BY EDWARD ROTHSTEIN, THE NEW YORK TIMES/REDUX
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