Display of Antique Oddities in Greenwich Village a Catalogue of History

Nobody would want to see a Museum of Boring Things, so why not check out a Museum of Interesting Things?

The Museum of Interesting Things is a traveling exhibit in Greenwich Village featuring a variety of antique oddities including toys, cameras, medical equipment, electronics, and more.

Lifetime collector Denny Daniels provides curated sets of items for schools, hospitals, and other places to teach hands-on history.

"Each time I'll bring different stuff. So one theme could be photography, and one theme could be Doomsday, and we'll bring World War II stuff," Daniels said.

Daniels also holds monthly antique speakeasy events.

To learn more, check out museumthings.org.

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