There's a new museum dedicated to the life and career of everyone's favorite govenator, Arnold Schwarzenegger. The shrine is located in the actor's quaint family home – which looks like it could be made out of gingerbread and lederhosen – in the village of Thal, Austria. Arnie's school buddy Peter Urdl opened the attraction in conjunction with the actor-turned-politician's 64th birthday, which took place on July 30. Exhibits in the home – which is preserved as it was in 1947 and took two years to convert for public viewing – include the first set of weights the teenage Schwarzenegger ever owned, the actor's old bed made of steel tubes (to hold all that manliness, ja?), and a replica of his desk in Sacramento, California. Schwarzenegger will return to the museum in November, where a big gala event will be held in celebration of the opening.
Check out the video below, which provides an inside peek into Arnie's new digs. It looks like there are several life-size replicas of the actor from various films and milestone moments. What else deserves a showcase from Schwarzenegger's life and career?
[via Telegraph & Orange]