Canada’s got lots of world-class museums. The ROM in Toronto, the Canadian Museum of History in Hull, the Haida Heritage Museum in Skidegate, British Columbia, and the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax. Some museums, though, are a little more niche. They appeal to an audience interested in the unusual, the bizarre, the ephemeral, or the unique musical stylings of Anne Murray. More than being quirky tourist spots, these oddball museums are often important sources of revenue for small towns across Canada. The next time you’re on a road trip, take a quick detour and check one out. You may be a little weirded out, but you definitely won’t be bored.