The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art and Natural History is a museum unlike any other. Originally opened in 2009 under the previous name of The Little Shop of Horrors it is not for the faint hearted.
There's no ghosts or spooky goings on here but there are many shrunken human heads, Napoleon's death mask, a casket containing the original darkness that Moses called down upon the earth, a preserved eight legged calf, tribal art and even Any Winehouse's poo.
This is a tiny museum located in East London housing much of London's weird and wonderful and even comes with a cocktail and absinthe bar. Upstairs they hold art exhibitions. They are open on Wednesday to Saturday from 12pm to 11pm and Sunday 12pm to 10pm. It is strongly advised to book ahead as this is a small museum. Children are allowed inside until 5pm. They are closed on Tuesdays. Entrance is a very reasonable £6.
This museum truly celebrates alternative London with its dark Victorian atmosphere what it lacks in size it makes up with wonder. It's impossible to describe what you will find when you go down the dark staircase, best to see for yourselves...