If you enjoy exploring quirky and unconventional museums in each new city you visit, Montreal won’t leave you disappointed. This Canadian metropolis is home to several unusual and pretty specific museums, and these three deserve a spot on your bucket list.
Most people are afraid of insects and avoid them at all costs, but not those travelers who are daring enough to step their foot in this museum. With an impressive collection of around 250,000 live and dead insects, including butterflies, bees, and edible bugs, this is one of the largest institutions of its kind in the entire world.
If Barbie doll used to be your favorite toy growing up and you still miss those carefree days, this museum is just the thing you need. Barbie Expo is located inside Les Cours Mont-Royal mall and it showcases over a thousand Barbie dolls in extravagant outfits.
Emile Berliner Museum
Fans of music and all things retro will feel right at home in this museum. Its main goal is to celebrate the history of the audio industry and recording technology, and it features an impressive collection of antique gramophones, recording equipment, televisions, and much more.