The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art & Natural History
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Totally bonkers, this tiny museum is as mad as a two-headed March hare on mescaline. Its eclectic collection of the bizarre, ranging from skulls and taxidermy to celebrity poo, will have you gasping in amazement or making an emergency appointment with your psychiatrist. Teasingly subversive, this is British eccentricity at its gothic best. There’s a tiny cocktail bar with a drinks list that’s as mad as the space. Try the absinthe-based Green Lady and reality will never feel quite the same again.
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Extremely quirky, extraordinary and eccentric collection in a tiny basement museum - well worth a visit, but possibly not for the squeemish.
Opposite the flat, not too sure of the opening hours but Viktor Wynd has an amazing collection of weird and wonderful things downstairs in the shop. I went many years ago and paid £1 not sure what the deal is now but good for a rainy day
The museum collection includes classic curiosities such as hairballs, two headed lambs and Fiji mermaids, its art collection spans several centuries including the largest collection of work by Austin Osman Spare on public display and what is reputed to be the country's largest collection of work by…
Situated between Vyner Street and the Andrews Road gallery enclave, this Mare Street curiosity shop is both on the art circuit and determinedly off any beaten track. Peek through the windows and you’ll see a world in which velvet-cloaked Victorians, or perhaps The Mighty Boosh, might reside…
So, I am not that traditional and will not recommend you the British Museum or any of those - but if you want to go to the weirdest museum you ever been to then go here