Four Strange Museums in India that You Must Visit

♥NIMHANS Brain Museum, Bengaluru

NIMHANS Brain Museum, BengaluruBiology books come alive here in this somewhat gruesome museum.  The place has more than 300 brain specimens preserved in jars, accumulated from contributors and victims of road accidents, which are all housed in the basement of the National Institute of Mental health and Neuro Sciences. Every brain has a different story; either suffered an accident or destroyed by a parasite. Visitors witness a real brain at the end of the tour.

♥Mayong Central Museum and Emporium, Assam

Mayong Central Museum and Emporium, AssamThe village of Mayong is known as the house of black magic historically. The past is documented through the display of overabundance of local artefacts at the Mayong Central Museum and Emporium which includes black magic books, witchcraft manuscripts, skulls and accessories used in rituals. Visitors learn about the origin of tantra and are shown demonstration of ancient rituals, which are performed to spread healing, spells.

♥ Sudha Cars Museum, Hyderabad

♥ Sudha Cars Museum, HyderabadThe museum portrays itself as the world’s only handmade crazy car museum. The museum is the creation of K.Sudhakar, holder of the Guinness World record for building the largest tricycle in the world. The museum displays all sorts of vehicles that are far from conventional types. Exhibits include vehicles in different shapes such as cameras, footballs, burgers, cricket bats and sharpeners as well.

♥ Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, Delhi

Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, DelhiThe world-renowned Sulabh International Museum of Toilets is in the list of strange or weird museums in the world. It is dedicated to the global history of sanitation and toilets and exhibits pieces dating back to 3,000 BCE. Exhibits include toilet pots of gold and silver used by Roman emperors, Victorian toilet seats and reproductions of chamber pots and privies of the early period.