Believe It Or Not Museum Opens in Shanghai

A new Believe It or Not Museum featuring a wide array of oddities, items and scenes is scheduled to open to the public in Shanghai in late April 2013. The museum is just off the Shanghai Bund Sightseeing Tunnel, a pedestrian-only tunnel that connects the Bund and Lujiazui Financial Districts; visitors travel through the tunnel in an automated car and take in vibrant audio-visual effects along the way. The out-of-the-ordinary tunnel is an apt entry to the museum, which has five exhibit areas including a large “cartoon glass maze,” interactive video projects, and wax figures (including one of the human with the world’s longest neck). To see photos of the exhibits and to get a sneak-peek before the museum opens to the public, go to http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/photo/2013-04/10/c_132299043_2.htm

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