NV Posted in Nevada June 11, 2015 by Jennifer Here Are 10 Museums In Nevada That Are Just Too Weird For Words Nevada is full of museums, and to be honest, several are quite unusual. Let’s take a look at 10 of these unusual museums. 1. Neon Museum - Las Vegas, NV flickr/soccergirl296 Old casino signs scattered among six acres is definitely something you don't see every day! 2. Washoe Club Haunted Museum - Virginia City, NV flickr/The Washoe Club Museum The Washoe Club is one of the most haunted places in “The West” had has been featured on television shows such as "Ghost Adventures" and "Ghost Hunters." 3. Erotic Heritage Museum - Las Vegas, NV flickr/Sarah Murray The name of this museum pretty much speaks for itself! 4. Goldwell Open Air Museum - Rhyolite, NV flickr/Gabriel Millos This open air museum has some of the weirdest sculptures you'll ever see! 5. Mob Museum - Las Vegas, NV facebook/The Mob Museum You’ll learn all about the Mob’s biggest players at this museum. 6. Wilbur D. May Museum - Reno, NV facebook/Wilbur D. May Center When you visit this museum, you'll get to see a real shrunken head. It doesn't get much weirder than that! 7. National Atomic Testing Museum - Las Vegas, NV wikimedia commons At this museum, you'll have a chance to experience a simulated atmospheric bomb blast. Pretty crazy, huh? 8. Julia C. Bulette Red Light Museum - Virginia City, NV flickr/teofilo This museum was created in memory of Julia C. Bulette - the most famous prostitute from Nevada's silver rush era. At this museum, you'll get to see everything from early medical instruments to contraceptives, and naughty shot glasses to poison arrows. WEIRD!!! 9. Humboldt Museum - Winnemucca, NV Humboldt Museum Here at this museum, you'll get to view the skeletal remains of a wooly mammoth that were found nearby. These bones are 13,000 years old! 10. Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum - Las Vegas, NV flickr/InSapphoWeTrust Wax museums definitely take the cake in the weird category! What weird museum(s) did I miss? Feel free to share in the comments below!