5 Unique Museums That You Never Heard About – Everyone has heard about of Paris’s Louvre Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, or even the National Gallery in London. However, there is a list of unique museums that I bet you never heard about!
Do you know anything about the museums that do not adorn their halls with paintings by such masters as Rembrandt, Van Gogh, and Picasso? Are these unique museums less worthy of our attention?
Located on the north of Liverpool, in England, you can find the home of nearly a 1,000 collection of machines, which 300 are some rare antiques. Besides the world’s first lawnmower this space also have machines used on the grounds of such well-known figures as Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
Instant Ramen Museum
This strange museum on Osaka, Japan, is filled with past dinners of every college freshman on a wall. Fun fact: the Instant Ramen Museum has the first instant noodle (chicken ramen) invented over a half-century ago.
Museum of Broken Relationships
Who knew that the things that belonged to your ex can end up in a museum exhibition? Located in the Croatian, capital of Zagreb, unique exhibition space is dedicated to personal objects left behind by former lovers. In there, you will find the most unexpected things, as you can see in the picture! The Museum of Broken Relationships is going to extend its collection all the way through Los Angeles.
Sudha Cars Museum
Opened in 2010in Hyderabad, India, this creative museum houses automobiles that were designed to look like everyday products such as cameras or shoes. The space belongs to K. Sudhakar, an Indian man who makes the cars by hand and who also holds the Guinness World Record for creating the world’s largest tricycle!
Museum of Failure
In the middle of the LA glamour, you can find a museum that is quite outside the box! The space exhibits nearly 100 products that were an epic fail! On the picture, you can see Colgate’s (the famous toothpaste brand) Beef Lasagna edition as the beginning of frozen dinners chain for the masses.