Icelandic Phallogical Museum -
There's a pretty good chance that The Icelandic Phallological Museum is the world's only museum dedicated to weiners. It contains a massive collection of "phallic specimens" belonging to a majority of the popular mammals in any given country.
In case you were wondering why anyone would start a huge collection of penises, your answer is "Phallology".
According to the Ocelandic Phallogical Museum, Phallology is "an ancient science which, until recent years, has received very little attention in Iceland, except as a borderline field of study in other academic disciplines such as history, art, psychology, literature and other artistic fields like music and ballet."
So in other words, not many people take penis collection as seriously as they do, but thanks to the museum, anyone can take up a serious pursuit of dong study.
The Icelandic Phallological Museum contains a collection over two hundred and fifteen penises and penile parts belonging to almost all the land and sea mammals that can be found in Iceland.
Most interestingly, they've recently set out to get their first human specimen. A search that has inspired a documentary about the search.
Visitors to the museum will encounter fifty six specimens belonging to seventeen different kinds of whale, one specimen taken from a rogue polar bear, thirty-six specimens belonging to seven different kinds of seal and walrus, and one hundred and fifteen specimens originating from twenty different kinds of land mammal: all in all, a total of two hundred and nine specimens belonging to forty six different kinds of mammal, including specimens from Homo Sapiens. It should be noted that the museum has also been fortunate enough to receive legally-certified gift tokens for four specimens belonging to Homo Sapiens. Besides there are some twenty-three folklore specimens and forty foreign ones. Altogether the collection contains more than 280 specimens from 93 different species of animals.
In addition to the biological section of the museum, visitors can view the collection of about three hundred artistic oddments and other practical utensils related to the museum´s chosen theme. .