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Don't leave without seeing: The oldest typewriter: a redwood beauty from 1809.
It's interspersed with life-size figurines, short film clips and a hall of movie posters.
The second-floor is kid-friendly and commercial -- you can even dub your voice into popular cartoon flicks.
Don't leave without seeing: The top floor is a movie theater: separate tickets required.
Admission: RMB 50 (adults), half price every first and third Saturday of the month Why it's odd but awesome: The personal collection of a Japanese merchant, this museum is filled with mostly European music boxes.
Shanghai hosts all the museums you’d expect in a world-class city: countless art spaces, history exhibitions and urban planning centers.
But, if you explore a little more, you’ll find that the city has its share of odder exhibition halls.
From a scrappy chopstick center to an elegant homage to music boxes, the city brims with unexpected entertainments.
Here are our picks of the city’s most unusual museums.
Admission: Free Why it's odd but awesome: When small children enter this tiny typewriter museum, they’re often perplexed by the 50 machines on display.
“I tell them, this is the computer’s grandfather,” says curator Han Tao Feng.
Foreigners are often touched to find antique typewriters from their home countries, she adds.
The 300 typewriters were collected by Suzhou-born Lu Hanbin, an international merchant who now lives in the Czech Republic.