Japan has a museum devoted entirely to rocks that look like faces. There are over 1,700 rocks on display, and they include rocks that look like E.T. and Elvis Presley.
There is a museum in Croatia named “Froggyland” which is entirely composed of over 500 stuffed Frogs in human positions.
There are more museums in the U.S. than there are Starbucks and McDonalds — combined.
P.T. Barnum noticed people were lingering too long at his exhibits so he posted signs indicating “This Way to the Egress”. Not knowing that “Egress” was another word for “Exit”, people followed the signs to what they assumed was a fascinating exhibit — and ended up outside.
The Museum of Endangered Sounds exists to allow streaming of once popular technological sounds. ie. the dial-up tone, ICQ chat tone, Windows 95 startup.
A museum in Hebei Provence, China, was shut down earlier this year after the majority of its 40,000 artifacts/antiques were discovered to be fakes.
The State Hermitage Museum in Russia has a team of cats that prowl the museum to protect the artwork against rodents. The cats even carry a passport with a photo.
There is a Counterfeit Museum of Paris, where they display the most impressive and accurate knock-offs of popular goods.