America's Strangest Museums: A Traveler's Guide To The Most Unusual And Eccentric Collections

America s Strangest Museums A Traveler s Guide To The Most Unusual And Eccentric Collections They re weird they re wonderful and over are in this book Essential for travelers who want than a routine itenerary Travel Leisure s Book of the Month

  • Title: America's Strangest Museums: A Traveler's Guide To The Most Unusual And Eccentric Collections
  • Author: Sandra Gurvis
  • ISBN: 9780806517469
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Paperback
  • They re weird, they re wonderful, and over 100 are in this book Essential for travelers who want than a routine itenerary Travel Leisure s Book of the Month.

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    1. Some were incredible. Some were creepy. Some were elegant. Some were gross. Some were eclectic. All were interesting to read about. A cross country tour of some of the most obscure museums. There were museums in this book for things you never would have guessed such as Pez and locks and lunchboxes. Others, such as dolls were museum collections built on their original owners collections. The writing kept you interested, and was light and engaging, with, when it fit the topic, much tongue in cheek [...]

    2. Most interestingd fun!As the title suggests, America's Strangest Museums: A Traveler's Guide to the Most Unusual and Eccentric Collections is a tour of more than 100 bizarre little museums people (and a few corporations) have set up across the USA ( and a couple in Canada). Some include:-The Museum of Menstruation (started by a single man in his 50s)-The Tooth Fairy Museum (now closed)-The Museum of Questionable Medical Devices (closed now, unfortunately)-Spam has a museum-So does Combat, the bu [...]

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