Unicorns, the Missing Link, and More at the Museum of Unnatural History

For one reason or another, some people have come to think of museums as stuffy boring places. This doesn’t have to be the case, as some of you may very well know. At 826DC, they know how to make learning F-U-N. It’s actually a non-profit org that offers a host of services for students 6-18, and one of their funner more fun offerings is the Museum of Unnatural History. Forget those school trips which you were forced to go on – this is one museum that everyone will want to visit!

How can you not want to see something from the – arguably – most magical creatures that has ever existed (or not)? The unicorn has never failed to captivate anyone, and while we may not see them around today anymore, there is something to be said of these rare artifacts.

I have no idea what the tears or the burp of a unicorn can do, but I am pretty sure it’s something magical.

For those of you who prefer hard science over the magical, here are some items that are a little more practical. I pity the scientists who have been searching for the missing link all their lives. You can actually find it the Museum today AND own it as well!

And if you are the type who thinks that everything is better when it’s bigger, then here’s something for you – Mega Sand.

Last, but not the least, here’s something that writers could use. When you gotta go, you gotta go – or write, or whatever.

Learn more about 826 DC and what they do from their web site. See more photos of the items to be found at the Museum from Oliver Mundy‘s (the genius behind the items) site.

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