The Evolution of the Idea...and Beyond!
The Museum of Interesting Things is a traveling interactive demonstration/exhibition
of antiques and inventions
inspiring innovation and creativity - learning from the past to invent
a better future.
A Traveling Show! We can do your next Event or Private Shows - at our
location or yours!
Call or e-mail for details
To join the email list for Events/Monthly
Speakeasy and New Items click here and let us know
Schools, hospitals, universities, galleries, parties, libraries, anywhere
with a room and people, we'll bring things!
We are a traveling
show -Like a circus...just no elephants
The next Museum Secret Speakeasy is Sun Sept 18th 6pm click here for details
The Theme is Prohibition!
Featured on NY1 News, super sweet of them!
Click logo to see, and Please Comment and show them some luv :)
We were mentioned twice in
the New York Times
Once as something to do :)
Check Out Our Cameo
on the History Channel's Pawn Stars
which aired recently, Our episode is called "Spare the Rodman"
Check Out Our Cameo
on the Science Channel which aired recently
on the Show Oddities, Our episode is called THE POWER OF A GREY SKULL
check out the video
Maker Faire made of us, click
we will be exhibiting there this weekend check the news page for details
Our favorite...and only Mascot
Sings a song for Robin Meade of
the CNN affiliate HLN (HeadLine News)
Which Robin was silly enough to air
July 11, 2011
to watch Huffy
first Kickstarter was a success! Thanks everyone for helping!
Like to announce our partnership with Applebee's on a wonderful new program!
click for details:
You can now
finally visit the actual Museum of Interesting Things offices!
By appointment, when you want :) Just give us a call!
You get to see and get a demo of:
1) Our most popular items from Eureka! The History of Invention show
2) Our special large items that you can only see here
3) You get to open a new acquisition no one has ever seen before!
Call to schedule a visit :) 212 274 8757
Located in the heart of the village 8th street and Broadway