Shrunken human heads, 19th-century Vampire killing kits, optical illusions, and much more are just a few of the peculiarities you’ll experience in this one-of-a-kind museum, where you will be initially greeted by the enormous Transformer in their parking lot.
The unique cracked and split exterior of our building represents the major earthquake of 1812 that made the Mississippi River run backward for three days and caused the church bells to ring in Philadelphia. You’ll want to take a picture of this architecture because it’s one of the most photographed buildings in the world.
Don’t miss a two-headed calf, a replica of the U.S.S. Forrestal made from 48,000 matchsticks, and a playing card replica of the Roman Coliseum. If you’re looking for a change of pace from the typical Branson attraction, you certainly won’t find an activity off the beaten path more than Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum!