There is a World Brick Museum in Maizuru City, Japan.
In the late medieval period, parts of the Palace of Versailles were used as a museum and anybody could enter but only if he had ”correct clothes”. I this
case this meant silver shoe buckles and a sword. Luckily it was possible to rent them at the entrance.
Beside standard museums like art, science and history museums there are also less conventional ones: museum of SPAM, of PEZ candy, of potato, salami,
mustard, chocolate, banana and ramen museum.
Oceanographic Museum in Monaco was built on a cliff, 85 meters above the sea.
Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum in Sinsheim, Germany has a Buran space shuttle in its collection.
McLean, Texas has a museum dedicated to barbed wire.
In 1989, Harrison For and Lucasfilm donated Indiana Jones' fedora hat to the Smithsonian museum. In the 1999 they donated the bullwhip too.
St. Louis’s City Museum has the largest graphite pencil in the world. It is 23 meters long and has 9800kg.
First museums were cabinets of curiosities - collections of rare and strange objects that were not yet defined.