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Unfortunately, this museum has now shut down. If you are looking for alternative activities in the that neighborhood try the following:
- Old Stone House
- Coffee shops/restaurants in Park Slope
- Greenwood Park (beer garden)
I had heard of this museum from The web so when i was in NY, i made sure to take a visit there... I Was so excited when i got there!
I paid 10 dollars to get in...but As soon i Was upstairs i felt...More
I took a solo trip here and was worth it! The only thing that was disappointing was the collection wasn't bigger, it's like 2.5 bedrooms worth of stuff that is well preserved including my two favorites the rare book library and the crap taxidermy. Never...More
I knew this place from instagram. Loved it! Great little morbid exhibition. Definitely my highlight was the library, brilliant collection. The coffee shop is awesome as well. The whole thing -- I love it!
For those who are fascinated by the darker side of life, the Morbid Anatomy Museum qualified as Mecca. Have looked at it online for a long time and finally made a list.
Was not disappointed in the least. The current exhibit on taxidermy was fascinating...More
This was on the top of my list for places to visit on my second trip to NYC, and it did not disappoint! Located in a looming, ominous-looking black building in an out-of-the-way section of Brooklyn, this museum is filled with oddities and strange artifacts....More
This is a small museum of random oddities. The ground floor had a series of bizarrely taxidermied animals and some unusual medical equipment. When I went about a year ago, there was an exhibition on Thurston, one of the most famous magicians in history, which...More
What a nasty little place this is! Their website is rarely updated, no answering machine for the phone. Drove 70 miles round trip to see a show that ended a day before. I would have known that had they had an answering machine on the...More
More of a collection of curiosities than a museum, but interesting. The main exhibit doesn't take long to see, even if you stop to read the information booklet carefully. The library, however, is really cool - I could imagine spending hours there if they were...More