Wacky Museums Worth Visiting, Part 2
Welcome back to our list of quirky and interesting museums! Our Brooklyn travel agents would love to help get you cheap business class tickets to the museum of your choice. Let’s finish our discussion.
Ottowa, Canada – Diefenbunker, Canada’s Cold War Museum: Originally built to house Canada’s leaders in case of a nuclear war, the Diefenbunker is now an underground history lesson in the Cold War era. The four-story building has been built into the hillside in the village of Carp, just outside the Canadian capital. You can travel through the long blast tunnel and pass the unused offices and seats of power. This old bunker is a scary reminder of how possible the threat of nuclear war seemed at the time.
New Delhi, India – Sulabh International Museum of Toilets: Yes. This is a museum about the history of the porcelain throne. The museum has over 4,000 years of toilet history held within its walls and displays artifacts all the way back to 1145 CE. The museum shows off toilets and bidets of all kinds, but it puts the main focus on the challenges of sanitation management that continue to plague the world.
Sydney, Australia – Museum of Human Disease: Are you afraid of skin boils, missing limbs, or gangrenous feet? We didn’t think so. Oh fearless one, this museum houses over 3,000 specimens showing what the leading causes of death in Australia look like. Not a good choice for a first date.
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