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Explore Some Unusual LA Museums

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Los Angeles has quite a few weird and unusual museums that showcase strangely alluring displays. Two institutions worth visiting include Culver City’s Museum of Jurassic Technology, which displays strange and eccentric exhibits that may or may not be real, including a history of cat’s cradle, and the slightly more conventional (and free) Annette Greene Perfume Museum, with more than 2,000 bottles of perfume, located inside downtown’s Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, which has an extensive costume collection.

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