8 Totally Bizarre Tourist Attractions That People Actually Pay To See

The world will never have a shortage of man-made oddities.

These unforgettable eight tourist attractions around the world will leave stunned, and possibly intrigued.

It’s amazing how people think of worn bras attached on a fence as a tourist attraction. Couldn’t you go and see bras in some lingerie store? Maybe that would be creepier.

Yet, it’s always the strangest sights that capture the most attention.

This controversial tourist attraction dates back to the late 90s, when bras randomly appeared on a rural fence in Central Otago, New Zealand. It started with a handful, then thousands of women flocked over to contribute to the fence. They even made a statue of a women’s naked torso.

MTV helped to make this giant piece of furniture a sight to see for those visiting North Carolina. The world’s largest chest of drawers was built in 1926 to prove that the town of High Point was the ‘home furniture capital of the world’. That’s a pretty big deal, right?

The museum’s motto is “discover the painful past.” The Middle Ages had some dark times and in that darkness emerged unbelievable torture techniques.

Tourists flock to Amsterdam to see the limb-dislocating rack, the “skull-cracker,” and the inquisition chair. And that’s only a few of them! The museum also provides education tours for those who just can’t get enough of all that ‘skull-cracking’ information.

Those who suffer from pediophobia, a fear of dolls, would not last a day at this island in Mexico. There’s hundreds of severed dolls hanging from trees that make Annabelle look like a nice doll to play with.

Isla de las Muñecas is located outside of Mexico City and was dubbed a tourist attraction after the death of its owner, who collected dolls from the trash. Not weird at all. Now people go see the strange things he did to them. Again, not bizarre at all.

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