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5 Art Museums You Won't Believe Are Real

Have you been to any of these? The team about Vango is all about being original (and even a little weird) -- and these museums are exactly that. Check out these must-sees from across the globe, then add any that we may be missing!

Source: https://blog.vangoart.com/5-unusual-art-museums-ca22e371c52a#.iul3ocyty?utm_source=top5list_medium&utm_medium=list.ly&utm_content=5museums

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National Poo Museum in the United Kingdom

National Poo Museum in the United Kingdom

As they say, everybody poops, so who wouldn’t relate to a museum full of shit? View the Original Post.

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Museum of Bad Art, Masachusetts, USA

Museum of Bad Art, Masachusetts, USA

At this museum more than 600 pieces of art that’s considered “bad” has a place to be celebrated. The museum is in a basement in Dedham, Massachusetts, and yes: All the art is really bad. View the Original Post.

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Cancun Underwater Museum, Cancun, Mexico

Cancun Underwater Museum, Cancun, Mexico

You can see this museum under the water, either via scuba or snorkel. The sculptures here are made of ph-neutral clay, which means that marine life can thrive on their surfaces. View the Original Post.

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The New York Earth Room in New York City

The New York Earth Room in New York City

The Earth Room is a 22-inch-deep layer of dirt spread across a 3,600-square-foot gallery space in the middle of Soho. Conceived by Walter de Maria in 1977, the unusual permanent contemporary art installation is meant provide a natural sanctuary in the busy city. View the Original Post.

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Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb, Croatia

Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb, Croatia

Still holding onto that box of love notes from your ex? The Museum of Broken Relationships was dreamt up by an Croatian couple after ending their four-year relationship, and is open to donations of personal objects left over from previous lovers. View the Original Post.