When you think of museums what comes to mind? Art, history, and the usual items you would find in a museum. Well I have found a listing of some of the world’s most unusual museums. All over the world there are strange things that people want to show off. If you plan on vacationing anytime soon and want to find some strange sites, then you need to read this article.
Doing research for this article I have come across some very weird museums, but this one if by far the strangest, but is for a good purpose. The Sulbah International Museum of Toilets located at Sulbah Bhawan, Mahavir Enclave, Palam Dabri Marg, New Delhi, India, PIN 110 045. Phone number is 91-11-25031518-19, 25032617, 25032654. Hours of operation are Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm. Th museum displays the evolution of the toilet and its various designs. The museum was established for some of the following objectives. To educate students about the historical trends in the development of toilets, to help sanitation experts learn from the past and solve problems in the sanitation sector, and there are several other reasons, but you must visit here yourself to find out.
If culture beckons, you can check out the Polynesian Cultural Centre to the East of the resort or how about circling the entire island on the Polynesian Adventure سبانجا ومعشوقية?
Here you are likely to meet not only tourists from other countries, but also Americans. Don’t be surprised, they are also crazy about the Valley, with its wineyards and mansions.
Some people would rather take airplane online tours; the flights are quicker and the views are incredible. If you are vacationing in Vegas and have a full itinerary, you will appreciate being able to squeeze in a tour of the Grand Canyon by airplane that doesn’t take much of your time.
There is also a Straw Fort Barn Maze and Corral that takes the kids through fun straw obstacles throughout the barn. This attraction is open daily from 10 am-6 pm. It is a great way to let the kids wear off some energy and have fun doing it. I even had to try going through there with my niece and nephew and I had a lot of fun too!
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