Tucked away on a small alley, behind black bolted doors, residing on an abandoned-looking sidewalk, lies what used to be a freight elevator. Containing around 100 personal artifacts "lost and found in the cracks and corners of cultures around the world
," a place called the Museum is home to multiple quirky and personal collections accompanied by the stories of their origins.
The Museum's permanent collection includes paper works found in copying machines, personal possessions found in the Pacific, hand modified Russian watches, homemade weapons, and Polaroid backings.
- Cortlandt Alley btwn Franklin St & White St New York, NY
Open for viewing through window 24/7, but tours available on weekends by appointment.