My niece came visiting and the first place she wanted to go was the Toilet museum. Apparently she had seen a program on TV. Pretty close to where we stay. I had passed by on a number of ocassions.
This museum is maintained by the NGO Sulabh International whose mission is to provide cheap and affordable toilet facilities to the public and also educate people on the need to stop defecation in the open.
The museum is interesting and has some unique toilets used over the ages in different countries. However even better is the tour and the narration by the gentlemen who guided us during the visit. I enjoyed it thoroughly.
The museum also has plant that converts human waste to gas and uses that gas for cooking as well as lighting. The solidified waste that is a by product is used as manure.
Overall a nice visit to a very nice and unique place. Worth spending some time to visit.