10 Of The Craziest Things You Won’t Believe Have A Museum Dedicated To Them

As a society, we’re always wanting to preserve things for posterity. We want to take a picture of the food we ate for lunch and another picture of what we had for dinner. We want to take a picture of when we’re driving in our car and we want to scrapbook on what we did over the last week. Despite all of that, it can still be quite surprising to learn about some of the things people tend to want to have museums dedicated to. Because this can be so surprising, we’ve brought you a list of the 10 craziest things you won’t believe have a museum dedicated to them. Check it out and tell us what you think.


The National Museum of Funeral History in Houston, Texas is the place for you, if you’ve always wanted to know everything there is to know about the practice of funerals. This museum walks us through what the earliest funerals were like, as well as some of the most famous.


Museum of Snoring in Alfred, Germany isn’t so much a history of this annoying habit as it is a place where people can go and look at the number of items that have been made in order to help people to stop. A sleep researcher and therapist named Joseph Alexander Wirth is responsible for collecting the equipment