5 Weird Museums That Are Dog-Friendly

5 Weird Museums That Are Dog-Friendly

Are you looking to have a cultural experience with your pup? We have just the thing! Pack your bags, add a chew or two, and hit the road to visit these five weird, wacky, and fun museums that won’t mind if your dog tags along.

The Museum of The Bizarre

Prepare for a wild time! Located in Wilmington, North Carolina, this genuinely bizarre museum includes exhibits like Alexander Hamilton’s hair, a Bigfoot imprint, and Houdini’s ouija board. You can count on every artifact to be something you and your pup have never seen before.

Black Creek Pioneer Village

Step into the 1800s by touring an old village full of fascinating artifacts in Toronto, Canada. This pioneer village consists of over forty 19th-century buildings decorated in the style of the 1860s with period furnishings. Plus, your dog will go crazy for the village animals, including sheep, horses, and goats.

International UFO Museum

Get weird with your pup at the International UFO Museum in Roswell, New Mexico. The wacky museum chronicles the stories of the iconic Roswell incident, where some believe a flying saucer crash took place and was covered up. The museum also documents other suspected UFO events from around the world for a truly out-of-this-world experience.

Trees of Mystery

Set in Klamath, California, the Trees of Mystery features gigantic Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox statues. You and your dog will be awed by the massive redwoods that act as the museum's main claim to fame. The best part? You can ride a pet-friendly sky-train gondola that takes you soaring over the tops of some of the world’s most enormous trees. It’s an absolute must-see.

The Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum

One thing is for sure, whoever created this museum has a true salt and pepper obsession. Located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, this wacky place boasts over 20,000 salt and pepper shakers in various wild shapes and sizes. Plus, your price of admission goes towards a unique salt and pepper shaker of your own from their gift shop. This museum is entirely pup-friendly, but you might want to discourage too much tail-wagging just in case they get too close and swipe a couple of shakers off the shelves.