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The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art & Natural History was described in The Fortean Times as having "the most wonderful collection of strange objects ever assembled under one roof, the modern equivalent of some 17th century kunstkammer, a...more
We went on a date as we are both into quirky and different things and it was super. After a couple of drinks and a good chat we headed down into the museum. Sure. It's probably not for everyone but we spent a fun filled...More
Well worth a trip! If you’re into cabinets of curiosities, mystical relics and just a hefty dose of bizarre this is the place to go, Ground floor exhibition area with cosy absinthe bar sets the atmosphere. Basement museum acessed by circular staircase is the jewel...More
Me and my friends absolutely loved the museum and cocktail bar! If you are into the odd and unusual, you will definitely love it too. The museum is small and dusty so it’s not for claustrophobic people. I’m hoping to visit again soon!
I visited the Alasdair Gray exhibition last week although I admit my motive for the visit was to see the Austin Spare collection. I think the exhibitions are a marvellous idea, a real change to the usual environments, and the associated catalog I found very...More
Thank Lymon W
V_Wynd, Owner at The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art & Natural History, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago
that's very kind of you - 4,000 of those catalogs have been sold and this is the first response!
Bar: Staff is friendly and the cocktails are great (although a bit small). There are also a few non-alcoholic drinks available (the pale ale was really good!). The area is dark and quirky - note that there is no place to stand so you would...More
relatively cheap and great fun. I would recommend this more for adults and those who like to look at things a little different. It is also great fun to have a drink and read the books in the main bar. I really enjoyed the time...More
Went with my 11 year old son and we really enjoyed it. The bar upstairs is great, nice place for a coffee . The staff were really friendly. The museum itself is amazing. A great mixture of curios, ephemera, beautiful skulls and skeletons and what...More
A small museum in the basement under a cocktail bar. We did not have any cocktails, which probably is a main attraction, we only visited the museum. The museum is very small, compact, dark, worn interior and slightly dusty. There can only be around 10-15...More
Thank Henrik T
V_Wynd, Owner at The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art & Natural History, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
i'm so sorry that you cam when it was so busy - we normally try to limit capacity in the museum to a maximum of 8 at anytime. do come back during the week when we are normally empty
Not for the squeamish, or perhaps it's one way to confront one of your phobias. The petting zoo was a particular highlight, but they is also a brilliant cocktail bar. I'd never tried scorpion in a cocktail before my visit!