Arnold Schwarzenegger's Childhood Home Made Into a Museum
By Raphael Chestang
Now anyone can see where Arnold Schwarzenegger came from as the Austrian home he grew up in has been turned into a museum.
BBC News reports that the former Mr. Universe has given his blessing to the project which opens up the home that he occupied from 1947 to 1966 for public viewing.
The modest flat situated in the village of Thal might even hold a few fitness secrets as Arnold's original home work-out machine still hangs in a door frame inside the apartment as well as his first dumb-bells.
The exhibition also covers the action star's time as Governor of California, placing a replica of his desk in one section of the home, but does not touch on his recent love child scandal.