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Over the years I’ve written about a variety of odd and interesting museums. While I’m not a big fan of traditional museums, if they seem to be a bit bizarre, I’m probably interested in checking it out.
Here are some interesting museums that I’ve visited:
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I’m always on the lookout for fun things to do close to home. Even when we’re not traveling, it isn’t hard to find ways to keep busy exploring around New York City.
While I’m not a big fan of big, boring museums, I do love museums that focus on odd things as well as food.
I was pretty excited to come across news that Mr. Chocolate himself, Jacques Torres would soon be opening a chocolate museum in the city!
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In New York City we’re lucky to be able to find food from pretty much every country in the world. (
.) One man is even trying to eat authentic cuisine from every country in the world in NYC
Besides eating great food, it’s also fun at times to learn about specific kinds of food in museums. A
was recently set to open. French museum about wine
I’ve also visited various food museums around the world like:
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When it comes to visiting museums I tend to gravitate towards those focused on bizarre topics. Many of them usually focus on food or oddities.
Here are some interesting museums I’ve visited:
I just came across news of a new museum opening in France dedicated to Bordeaux wine!
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At the end of April I
for some frequent-traveler related events. The main reason for the visit was to attend the Freddie Awards. I also had a couple of other related events on the agenda with the more interesting one being the headed to Atlanta . Delta Jet Drag
Prior to heading off to Atlanta, I was
. However, surprised to get great customer service from United . I did find their text messaging service to be a waste of time
Whenever I head off on a trip, regardless of the main purpose, I have to do some research to find out what else the area might have to offer. Since I had been to Atlanta just shy of a year before, I had some ideas…
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I’ve mentioned many times in the past that I’m a fan of odd and strange museums. When thinking of some that fit this description, a museum
and another all about dedicated to french fries come to mind. currywurst
Then there’s the
in Philadelphia and the even more shocking Mutter Museum in St Petersburg, Russia. Kunstkamera
I could go on mentioning some more weird ones, but a recently opened museum in my hometown of Brooklyn, New York might take top prize….
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Over the past couple of days there has been lots of media attention and long waits for those looking to get into the
in NYC. Purina One Cat Cafe The cat cafe is the first of its kind in North America.
When I first starting hearing about the NYC Cat Cafe it immediately brought back memories of a silly place that we visited a little over a year back while in St Petersburg, Russia.
Kim, Lucas and I headed to
for our holiday break in 2013 and visited Russia (and Moscow St Petersburg ).
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There are all sorts of museums which draw people in. I can’t say that I am much of an art lover but when I hear about a museum featuring oddities, count me in!
Over the years, I’ve been to a bunch of museums that fit this bill.
Here are a few that I’ve been to and have written about:
During a weekend trip to Connecticut I came across a small museum, more so a room in a National Historic Landmark, the Old State House in Hartford.
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