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The Strangest Museums in United States

Do you think museums are only stuffy galleries of historical items, lots of crowds, few serious security guards to quiet the crowds? You answer will be Yes for sure! But, we will 100% sure you will have to change your mind after checking out these strangest museums in United States.

Museum of Bad Art, United States


The Museum of Bad Art (MOBA), located in Boston, is dedicated to the collection, exhibition, preservation and celebration of bad art in all its forms and glory. It was founded in the end of 1993 and presented its first show in March 1994. It is a privately owned museum with aim to celebrate the labor of artists whose work would be displayed and appreciated in no other forum. In the collection of the museum have 500 pieces of “art too bad to be ignored”, 25 to 35 of which are on public display at any one time.

Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum, United States


When you in Gatlinburg don’t miss to visit the unique salt and pepper shaker museum. Here you will find over 20,000 sets of Salt and Pepper Shakers from around the world. Andrea and Rolf, the owners and curators of the museum, have been collecting these shakers for more than 25 years and after the huge collection they able to share their knowledge on the topic with the world. The museum is a unique attraction that everyone in your whole family will love. If you like any shaker and want to take home it, you can easily buy from the museum gift shop and start your own collection.

International Cryptozoology Museum, United States


Cryptozoology is the study of hidden or unknown animals and mystical creatures, such as the Yeti or Loch Ness Monster. Loren Coleman, one of the world’s foremost experts in the field of cryptozoology, has created a museum amassing a collection of purported specimens, relics and artifacts dealing with mythical creatures, including a life-size coelacanth and P.T. Barnum’s Feejee Mermaid, as well as a wealth of hair samples, fecal matter and footcasts of animals that probably have never walked the face of the earth. The museum presents the whole collection to the public in a fun and educational manner.

International Clown Hall of Fame and Research Center, United States


The International Clown Hall of Fame and Research Center (ICHOF) is dedicated to the preservation and advancement of clown art and achievement. It’s located in Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA. Here you can enjoy outstanding clown performers, operates a living museum of clowning with resident clown performers, conducts special events and maintains a national archive of clown artifacts and history. This clown museum is more than a barrel of laughs.

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