If you love weird and wonderful, then you are going to love these museums. Below we’ve gathered the quirkiest museums in Los Angeles that are sure to leave a lasting impression on you. Different is always better, and being unique is what makes these museums the perfect place to visit.

1. Museum of Illusions

If you’ve always wanted to hide from meteors, ride abroad Titanic, or be a part of a massive sandwich, our museum should make your sightseeing agenda. Do not forget your camera for this one. We encourage you to take lots of weird and wonderful photos to add to your memories. Everyone can find something to their liking because we’ve literally covered every topic of interest humans have!

2. The Bunny Museum

If you like bunnies (or weird!), then this is a great choice. The Bunny Museum is a private collection in the Pasadena home of owners Steve Lubanski and Candace Frazee. It consists of over 25,000 bunny-related and bunny-themed items from figurines, stuffed animals to the real thing. It’s free to enter the Bunny Museum, but it’s only available via appointment.

3. The Museum of Death

This museum consists of a collection that focuses on serial killer artwork, body bags, crime scene photos, and other gruesome artefacts. Highlights from the collection include the guillotined severed head of the Blue Beard of Paris, Henri Landru, and photos of Charles Manson Crime Scenes. This one isn’t for the faint-hearted!

4. The Museum of Neon Art

If you like neon and quirky items, then this museum will provide you with exactly that. The collection is filled with quirky items and a variety of R-rated neon pieces.

So there you have it, four unique Los Angeles sightseeing. We’re pretty sure these museums will leave a lasting impression on your trip to Los Angeles!