You’ve heard of the tiny home trend, but how about a tiny museum? Let us introduce you to the Teeny Statue of Liberty Museum in Indianapolis, Indiana. The museum is only 9 feet by 11 feet, but it houses more than 450 Statue of Liberty items.
Here’s a list showcasing some of the items featured:
- Classic statues
- Lawn sprinklers
- Bobble heads
- Pineapple cans
- Chewing tobacco
- Maple syrup bottles
- Snow globes
- A fantasy condom (yep, you read that right)
Tim Harmon, the owner, started collecting 33 years ago, but the museum didn’t open until April 2016. Since opening, more than 100 items have been donated. And visitors have come from all over, including places like Sweden, Ecuador, Washington DC, and more. Pretty crazy that what started as a hobby for Harmon has now turned into a Midwest attraction.
Oh, wait one more thing! Admission is only fifty cents. We like the sound of that.
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Indy’s Teeny Statue of Liberty Museum is located at 2907 E. 10th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46201.