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World's Smallest Museum Finds The Wonder In Everyday Objects

By Gerard @presurfer
World's Smallest Museum Finds The Wonder In Everyday Objects
Tucked away in a lower Manhattan back alley, the freight-elevator-sized, generically named Museum is one of New York City's newest curiosities. While it's only open 16 hours a week, during the day on Saturdays and Sundays, the museum's contents are viewable 24/7, lit and sealed by glass doors.
Inside are collections of seemingly mundane objects - toothpaste tubes, potato-chip bags, kid's backpack - that highlight how bizarre they actually are. Passers-by are encouraged to call a toll-free number to learn about the 15 collections, comprising 200 objects.
(thanks Lisa)

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