header print

Museums Are Simply Treasure Troves - 16 Fascinating Photos

 Whether you are mostly interested in art, history, or nature, visiting a museum is likely to inspire you and expose you to some new and unexpectedly cool information. The photos below prove just what treasure troves these trips can be. From significant historical artifacts to exhibitions that are simply too cool not to share them, you are sure to find something to spark your interest and inspire your next museum trip!
 

 

1. An art museum in Salo, Finland is closed due to the Covid-19 outbreak, so they rearranged the main exhibition so it can be seen from outside - day or night.Incredible Museum Exhibits, An art museum in Salo, Finland is closed due to the Covid-19 outbreak, so they rearranged the main exhibition so it can be seen from outside - day or night

Image Source: Reddit

2. The 19th-century two-sided statue of Mephistopheles and Margaretta at The Salar Jung Museum In India. The striking sculpture is carved out of a single log of sycamore wood by an unknown artist.Incredible Museum Exhibits , The 19th-century two-sided statue of Mephistopheles And Margaretta at The Salar Jung Museum In India

Image Source: Reddit

3. Artist Anila Quayyum Agha creates immersive installations by manipulating light. This one is called 'All the Flowers Are for Me', and can be found at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts.Incredible Museum Exhibits, 'All the Flowers Are for Me', and is found at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts.

Image Source: Reddit

4. This tiny museum in Kyoto, Japan, has very peculiar opening hoursIncredible Museum Exhibits, tiny museum in Kyoto, Japan has very peculiar opening hours

5. An “exploded” Ford Model T at the Henry Ford Museum Of Innovation in Detroit, Michigan.Incredible Museum Exhibits An “exploded” Ford Model T at the Henry Ford Museum Of Innovation

Image Source: Reddit

6. The Henry Ford Museum in Detroit is also home to the actual bus that Rosa Parks protested on.Incredible Museum Exhibits, the actual bus that Rosa Parks protested on

7. Museum of the Moon is a touring art installation by UK artist Luke Jerram.Incredible Museum Exhibits, Museum of the Moon is a touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram

Image Source: Reddit

8. A mummified nodosaur fossil at the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Alberta, Canada.Incredible Museum Exhibits A mummified nodosaur fossil at the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Alberta, Canada

Image Source: Reddit

9. In Chichibu, Japan, there’s an odd museum; It’s called the Chinsekikan (which means hall of curious rocks), and it houses over 1700 rocks that resemble human faces.Incredible Museum Exhibits, Museum of rocks that look like human faces

Image Source: Reddit

10. Caravan of camels in the eye of a needle, Museum of Miniatures, Prague.Incredible Museum Exhibits, Caravan of camels in the eye of a needle

11. A knitted glass exhibit at the glass museum in Seattle.

Incredible Museum Exhibits  A knitted glass exhibit 

Image Source: Reddit

12. A breathtaking sand sculpture at the Tottori Sand Museum in Japan.Incredible Museum Exhibits sand sculpture at the Tottori Sand Museum in Japan

Image Source: Reddit

13. At the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, they have tactile versions of paintings so that blind visitors can still enjoy the art.Incredible Museum Exhibits  tactile versions of paintings At the Uffizi Gallery in Florence

Image Source: Reddit
 

14. Jeff Koons's famous balloon dog sculpture with organs and bonesIncredible Museum Exhibits Jeff Koons's famous balloon dog sculpture with organs and bones

Image Source: Reddit

15. The chair Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in, found at the Henry Ford Museum.Incredible Museum Exhibits The chair Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in, found at the Henry Ford Museum

Image Source: Reddit

16. The “where are you from” map at The Aurora Museum in Reykjavík Iceland.Incredible Museum Exhibits “where are you from” map at The Aurora Museum in Reykjavík Iceland

Image Source: Reddit
If you enjoyed this article, share it with family and friends!
Next Post
Sign Up for Free Daily Posts!
Did you mean:
By clicking "Join", you agree to our T&C and Privacy Policy
Sign Up for Free Daily Posts!