Apple doesn't have a museum dedicated to its storied product history, but that hasn't stopped a private collector from establishing one in the capital city of the Czech Republic. The Prague museum, which opened last week, contains the biggest private collection of Apple products and company artifacts, according to its website, although the donor's name remains a secret. Entry costs €11 (about $12), and you can even dine at an on-site raw vegan bistro dedicated to founder Steve Jobs' infamously strict dietary habits.
The product list appears exhaustive. Not only does the collection include nearly every Apple computer, iPod, and iPhone, but there are also rarities like an Apple Lisa — one of only 100,000 units ever made — and a handful of Jobs' business cards from his time at NeXT and Pixar. Reddit user eirunning85 posted an extensive photo gallery on Imgur following his visit this week, so check it out here if you don't plan on stopping by Prague any time soon (or ever).