Opening nights of art galleries or exhibits are one of the most anticipated events of art enthusiasts. Everyone, especially the management team, is on their A-game. The festive and sometimes classy atmosphere is always complemented with wine, sumptuous food and elegant fixtures and furniture. There are also instances where escorts are employed to liven up the proceedings. In fact, some gallery owners have been known to hire the services of beautiful women from escort agencies. With this being said, the paintings, sculptures or memorabilia on display still remain the star of the night. Here are some museums, galleries and exhibits that feature unusual and sometimes extraordinary but informative displays on their opening nights:

  • Holocaust Memorial Museum

Millions of people around the world witnessed the harrowing crimes of the Holocaust. The Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. aims to provide details and illustrate what the people during that time experienced. Some of the displays can be viewed on the Internet. For an interactive tour online, you can contact them at 202 488 0400.

  • Cartoon Museum

The Cartoon Museum in the United Kingdom can be traced a few blocks away from the British Museum. The main attraction on the site are British cartoon arts, comic arts and caricatures that date back as early as the 18th century. Among the highlights of the museum are cartoon strips of Dennis the Menace and Billy the Whizz.

Located at Notting Hill, the museum features more than 12,000 boxes, packets and tins of items such as cereals, beans and powder. Visitors will surely bring back good memories of their favourite brands as they move across shelves and shelves of well-stocked consumer products.

  • UFO Museum and Research Centre

The museum in Roswell attracts skeptics and believers of artificial intelligence as they feature memorabilia from the infamous Roswell incident that happened in 1947. After your trip, expect debate with fellow travellers whether the stuff you saw was real or not.

  • Icelandic Phallogical Museum

Most of sex museums in the world can be found in France, the Netherlands and the United States. But the Phallogical Museum in Iceland brings a new form of “exhibition of penises.” More than 300 penis specimens from almost all mammals on land and seas in the world can be found here.