The Head Museum is a storage bunker of mankind's greatest and most infamous personalities. It is here that they can share their wisdom with those in the future.
Because of an invention by uber-inventor Ron Popeli, a human head is allowed to stay alive surrounded only in a glass case filled with life-giving fluid.
Leonard Nimoy's head is the first head seen upon entering the Museum, and he gives a brief introduction to new visitors, except during feeding times. (8 am, 12 pm, and 6 pm daily). The Head Museum is free on Tuesdays.