WORLD'S SMALLEST MUSEUM
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What is the world's smallest museum?
Museums are usually grand places
filled with all kinds of wonderful pieces of art, historic artifacts, or
scientific wonders. But museums don’t always have to be big to be impressive and
informative. And the things inside of them needn’t be either. The World’s
Smallest Museum, which you can visit in Arizona along US 60, proves just that!
The museum is small, no doubt. But it’s filled with
everyday items that were once used in the good ol’ days. Large iron kettles are
spilling over with pieces of pottery and bits that were used for everyday use,
and a computer is even on display – it’s a far cry from the sleek monitors and
snappy keyboards that we all work on now! The intent of the museum is to
celebrate and honor the lives of everyday people who did everyday things. To
finish off y our visit, be sure to take a trip down Memory Lane. Here old
fashioned tools and pieces of equipment are all refashioned to make beautiful
waterfalls, monuments, and fountains.
In the world’s smallest museum, you won’t run into
any giant silver balls that will make your hair stand up, or even see old world
aircraft or trains. And although you may see some art, it’s most likely to be
from the folks that once lived in the area, and not works of Michelangelo. But
there’s no doubt that when you leave World’s Smallest Museum, you’ll have one of
the biggest experiences of a lifetime under your belt!
The World's Smallest Museum