Dicks in jars—that’s basically all you need to know about The Icelandic Phallological Museum in Reykjavík, Iceland. The collection includes 282 phallic specimens from 93 different species, including whales, seals, dolphins, walruses, reindeer, coyotes, zebras, elephants, hamsters, polar bears, and—cover thy virgin eyes—the formalin-soaked members of three human donors (ages 40, 60, and 95, if you’re curious).
Founder Sigurður Hjartarson has been collecting wangs since 1974 but didn’t open his museum until 1997. He moved it briefly to Húsavík in the early aughts, then back to Reykjavík in 2011, presumably because nobody wanted to travel six hours to ogle a lampshade made from bull scrotum. The stock is fairly well-rounded these days, incorporating penis-themed folk art and housewares. The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; admission is 1,500 ISK ($14.20 USD). Don’t forget to sign the guest book on the way out—with an X-rated pen, of course.
Laugavegur 116, 105 Reykjavík, Iceland; +354-561-6663.