Any museum, even being dedicated to narrow and specific areas, can be turned into an interesting place if its staff has a creative approach to it.
When an exhibition is devoted to history or science, it just can’t be boring. Let’s look inside some museums, in which you can find very unusual specimens or cool-designed things that can’t help but surprise visitors.
1. This “where are you from” map at The Aurora Museum in Reykjavík Iceland
2. This mannequin from a WW2 themed museum in Normandy looks like Bruce Willis
3. At the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, they have versions of paintings so that blind visitors can still enjoy the art
4. This case with 1 million dollars in $20 bills at the Chicago Fed Money Museum
5. The floor at the London science museum is made of mini-chromosomes
6. This Musical Instrument Museum has an air guitar on display
7. Our local museum that decided to add a floppy disc to the fossils section
8. The restroom in this museum has a very appropriate display
9. My hometown museum has a section on Millennial toys
10. The fire exit sign in this Egyptian museum is a Pharaoh running
11. The Big Maze at the National Building Museum in DC
12. I found a 3 person ping pong table in the museum in Manchester
13. This phone holder for taking selfies out in front of the Idaho Potato Museum in Blackfoot, ID
14. Museum reconstruction of Roman Armor
15. “Exploded” Ford Model T at The Henry Ford Museum of Innovation
16. Japan has a museum of rocks that look like faces
17. A museum of hammers located in Lithuania
The owner said, that there was ~1200 hammers, which were collected by him only. And its not only the hammers that you hammer nails with! There are cheese tester hammer, glass maker hammer, railroad worker hammers, pneumatic hammers, multi-use hammers.