Three Bizarre Los Angeles Museums You’ll Never Forget

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It is well known that Los Angeles is a unique city filled with interesting people. It shouldn’t come as a surprise, then, that it is also home to some one-of-a-kind museums.

We can guarantee that you won’t find museums like these three anywhere else in the world!

The Museum of Death

The Museum of Death brings the touchy subject of death to the forefront. It is nothing short of gruesome, though. It contains the world’s largest collection of serial killer art, along with pet taxidermy, crime scene photographs and Manson family memorabilia. 

It takes approximately 45 minutes to an hour to experience the museum, but you can stay longer if you wish.

The Museum of Death is located at  227 Dauphine Street, New Orleans, LA 70112-3127.

The Museum of Broken Relationships

Many museums explore human behavior. Natural history museums, for example, feature the tools early humans used and how the species evolved. The Museum of Broken Relationships takes things a step further and showcases ordinary relationships that fell apart. 

Some of the things you can expect to find in this museum are love letters, wedding gowns and other mementos from the relationships of ordinary people. Each object tells a story and is sure to tug on your heart strings. 

The Museum of Broken Relationships LA is temporarily closed as it relocates. 

The Bunny Museum

There’s a museum in Los Angeles dedicated entirely to bunnies and it’s known as “The Hoppiest Place in the World.” The museum proves that bunnies aren’t just for Easter. It contains over 35,000 bunny-related items; everything from stuffed toys to actual freeze-dried rabbits. It’s no surprise that the museum holds the Guinness World Record for “owning the most bunny items in the world.”

The Bunny Museum is located at 2605 Lake Avenue, Altadena, CA 91001. It is open daily from 12-6PM. 

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