Maryland March 04, 2016
Here Are 8 Museums In Maryland That Are Just Too Weird For Words
Maryland has plenty of unique places to visit but did you know we also have unique museums as well? From medical specimens to peculiar dolls, our state is filled with fun and quirky exhibits to explore. Check out the following list for 8 weird museums in Maryland that are oddly charming.
1. The William P. Didusch Center for Urological History
Be surrounded by kidney stones and illustrations of stomach dropping medical devices at
The Center for Urologic History
in Linthicum. An interesting trip, indeed.
2. National Museum of Health And Medicine
The nation's medical museum
is a fascinating collection of medical specimens, some of which may not be for the faint of heart. Located in Silver Spring.
3. National Museum of Dentistry
The National Museum of Dentistry
is full of historical dental tools, vintage ads, and also George Washington's dentures! Take the trip to Baltimore to find out if his teeth were REALLY made of wood.
4. Havre de Grace Decoy Museum
Head to the
Havre de Grace Decoy Museum
and see the display of over 1,200 decoys. There are also several decorative wood carvings, for true wood work connoisseurs.
5. National Great Blacks in Wax Museum
This Baltimore museum displays African-American history by use of wax figures. A unique experience like no other. Check out their website
6. National Cryptologic Museum
All Da Vinci Code fans must head to
The National Cryptologic Museum
. This spot located in Annapolis Junction includes the best known German cryptographic machine of World War II.
7. Geppi's Entertainment Museum
has a gigantic collection of pop culture memorabilia, along with vintage dolls guaranteed to give you the chills. Located in Baltimore.
8. American Visionary Art Museum
This museum is the most Charm City-est place EVER. Website
Perhaps you could take a day trip to one of these spots or visit several for a spectacular oddities filled adventure!