The Statue of Liberty, Colosseum and Sydney Opera House may be some of the most well-known landmarks in the world, but the world is a strange place and we’ve got the facts to prove it. From a rubber chicken museum in Seattle to a Moomin amusement park in Japan, check out below some of the world’s most weird and wonderful attractions.
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12 Weird and Wonderful Attractions Not to be Missed in 2019
In Seattle, Washington State paying homage to plastic poultry and its status as a classic comedy staple the world's first rubber chicken museum has opened! The Rubber Chicken Museum features dozens of yellow rubber chickens, including the world’s largest and the world’s smallest. The museum is one-of-a-kind and located inside the Archie McPhee novelty store in northern Seattle, where visitors can also purchase toys, fancy dress costumes and sweets. www.visitseattle.org