Explore curiosities from around the globe at the Museum of Wonder. What’s inside? A bunch of weirdness — 19th-century portraits with bones outlining them, old images turned mythical paintings and a skeleton replica.
Well, eccentric artist Butch Anthony basically merged his taxidermy art collection, mixed media work called Intertwangleism and architecture projects to develop the popular yet stranger-than-strange site.
Located on Butch’s 80-acre family farm, the museum is one of those quirky places you really have to see to believe, so here’s the address: 41 Poorhouse Road, Seale, Alabama 36875.
Oh! And when you drive up to the property, remember to honky your horn so he knows you’re there.