At Titanic Belfast, a museum dedicated to the “unsinkable” passenger liner, visitors can explore the shipyard where the boat was built, before journeying to the bottom of the ocean with the ill-fated vessel, via some immersive special effects. Picture: Alamy

Seven weird museums that pay homage to everything from toilets to watermelons

Whether it’s playing arcade games in New Hampshire or getting to customise your own cup noodle in Japan, these interactive museum exhibitions are worth a visit

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At Titanic Belfast, a museum dedicated to the “unsinkable” passenger liner, visitors can explore the shipyard where the boat was built, before journeying to the bottom of the ocean with the ill-fated vessel, via some immersive special effects. Picture: Alamy
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