“a tiny museum of regular-sized things”
At the end of an alleyway is an elevator shaft, which houses a scrap of whimsicality: the straight-forwardly named Museum. Go for the toothpaste tube display, go for the rows of fake vomit, or go just to say you've been to the tiniest museum. The future of Museum will be made possible by donations by visitors and friends like you. Help keep Museum open and new exhibitions rotating for the upcoming year by making a tax-deductible donation! Museum is located in Cortlandt Alley between Franklin St & White St in New York City. Museum is normally viewable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through the viewing windows, and open for visitors on weekends. On view are objects from the permanent collection. These objects have been collected over the past 10 years from cities around the world. The are artifacts. They are items lost and found in the cracks and corners of cultures around the world.
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