There are all kinds of museums and museum exhibits around the world. It is definitely worth a trip to see as much of humanity’s history as possible. However, there are more special and, to put it mildly, non-standard museums, which do not just present history, but a whole experience for their audience. Here are some of the most unusual museums in the world:

Moco Museum, Amsterdam

Moco is an independent museum that can surprise its visitors with great works of art and installations. Some of them are extremely different and non-standard, such as a purple room with sports balls glued to the walls. You can find all sizes and types – from basketball to tennis. This, of course, is only part of the museum’s rich collection, which features works by Andy Warhol and Banksy.

Museum of Broken Hearts, Zagreb

Our ranking of non-standard museums continues with the Museum of Broken Hearts in Zagreb. The items on display there reveal all the stages of love and separation that people go through. Next to each exhibit there is an explanation that tells about the object itself and its history. These memories are collected from all over the world and tell true stories of jealousy, infidelity and passionate love.

Museum of Bad Art, Somerville, Minnesota

Art is a subjective thing, but even the most outspoken critics can agree when a work just doesn’t work. Fortunately, there is room for these paintings and their artists. This is the Museum of Bad Art in Somerville, Minnesota. The art there is, to put it mildly, abstract, but it is worth considering.

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