7 of the world's most unusual museums

Yes, Beijing has a museum devoted to tap water

Water coming out of a silver faucet on a teal background
Beijing's Museum of Tap Water sits on the site of the city's first water plant
(Image credit: Peter Dazeley / Getty Images)

Art, natural history and science museums are wonderful places to explore, but sometimes you want a museum shake-up. That's where these seven out-of-the-ordinary museums come into play, with their focus on toilets, tap water and dog collars.

Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum in Yokohama, Japan

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