Where will you find the world's weirdest museum? Apparently in most corners of the world - particularly in Britain! We've searched high and low to bring you the weirdest, wackiest and freakiest museums around.
Ever wanted to see a collection of penises? Head to Iceland where you can visit the Phallus Museum and check out the world's biggest collection of penises, including whale, polar bear and even a, er, human penis!
If male parts aren't your thing, maybe you're partial to canned meat and fancy a day out at Minnesota's SPAM Museum, which offers 16,500 square feet of interactive exhibits relating to the school dinner favourite's history.
And the weirdness doesn't stop there. In India you can enjoy a wonderful exhibit of toilets, from chamber pots to a replica of King Louis XIII's throne with its concealed commode.
Britain has its own array of strange museums for a day out, including Cuckooland, a huge collection of clocks over 40 years, and the British Lawnmower Museum, where lawnmower enthusiasts can browse vintage and celebrity-owned lawnmowers, as well as some of the fastest in the world. Then there's the Dog Collar Museum, which takes you through dog collar designs of the past five centuries and is probably the only place where you can compare historic hunting dog-style collars right up to Paris Hilton's doggy styles of today.
See more of the world's most unusual museums below: