When it comes to museums, there’s the kind your parents took you to on vacation, or your school made you go to on field trips, but what about the quirkier variety that feature collections of mustard, or pinball machines, or even just dust...
That showcase action figures, or portraits made entirely from bugs? The kind of museums that are located in motel lobbies, or in homemade castles, or abandoned barns?
We feel they're well worth your time and we've put them in all in this one-hour special called "AMERICA'S ODDEST MUSEUMS."
SPRUCE GOOSE– EVERGREEN AVIATION MUSEUM (McMinnville, OR)
FUNERAL MUSEUM (Houston, TX)
SOLOMON’S CASTLE (Ona, FL)
ED’S MUSEUM (Wykoff, MN)
MUSTARD MUSEUM (Middleton, WI)
MUSEUM OF EVERYDAY LIFE – Featuring DUST (Glover, VT)
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HERITAGE MUSEUM (Hammond, LA)
SPEAR HUNTING MUSEUM (Summerdale, AL)
PINBALL HALL OF FAME & MUSEUM (Las Vegas, NV)
WILD TRAVELS is a television series, nationally broadcast on PBS stations in more than 170 markets, that celebrates the uniqueness of America in its unusual, eccentric, and downright quirky people, places and events.