- Weds-Sun 12-10.30pm
Little shop of horrors
At first glance, you might wonder why Viktor Wynd’s Museum of Curiosities is called as such, considering it looks like a small, old pub from the exterior. Cross the threshold, however, and walk past the bar, and you’ll find yourself having a pint with a giant stuffed lion wearing a bowler hat.
You’ll notice there’s a winding staircase leading somewhere dim and suspicious. Upon paying £5, you’ll be able to climb down to find out more. And, behold, more you will find. This museum-come-installation-come-evolving-piece-of-art-work is simply a cave of horror and curiosities.
Most of it is indescribable but, among other things, we promise you will find a collection of celebrity piss, butterfly wings, and the skeleton of a dancing rat. What more do you need?
The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities
11 Mare St