From the website:
The world's only repository for the study and display of Zymoglyphic art, artifacts, and natural history. The creative output of the region relies mainly on the assemblage of natural objects. The museum also presents special exhibits on related topics in natural object assemblage, and maintains a curiosity cabinet of items that reflect the spirit of Zymoglyphic culture.
Link (What the heck is zymoglyphic? Is that even a real word?) - via Presurfer
Not too smelly, I hope.