These are not the museums you went to with your second-grade class to learn about dinosaurs.
You will not snooze through these collections of oddities, but you will wonder, "Who thought to put that in a museum?"
Weirdest and Wackiest Museums
The Toaster Museum
The Museum of Bad Art (MOBA)
Art may be subjective, but the Museum of Bad Art (MOBA) in Dedham, Massachusetts believes that they showcase "art too bad to be ignored."
And the collection keeps on growing! The collection at The Burlingame Museum of Pez Memorabilia dates all the way back to the 1950s and continues to keep on growing as more Pez dispensers are created.
The Burlesque Hall of Fame
Put your pasties on and don't forget your feathers! The Burlesque Hall of Fame (formerly known as Exotic World) in Las Vegas, Nevada, is the first museum dedicated to movers and shakers (literally) of the burlesque world.
Vibrator Museum and Masturbation Hall of Fame
San Francisco is known for many things, the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf, Lombard Street, and Alcatraz but this museum may not be on your family vacation itinerary. If you are in the bay, don't forget to stop by the Vibrator Museum and Masturbation Hall of Fame for an enlightening experience.
Once you've had your fill of great Kansas City barbecue, mosey on down to the museum and learn about barbed wire. Yes, a barbed wire museum. The Kansas Barbed Wire Museum boasts 2,100 samples of more than 700 varieties of barbed wire.
The Big Top has found a home at the Circus Museum in Baraboo, Wisconsin. This museum has over 200 circus wagons, thousands of posters and props and not to mention live shows almost every day during the summer.
The Bunny Museum
The International UFO Museum & Research Center
Therrrrreeee hhhheeeeeerrrrrrreeee! The aliens have landed. Well, maybe they have and maybe they haven't. The International UFO Museum & Research Center in Roswell, New Mexico (of course) sets out to document the history of alien life on Earth.