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City Reliquary Museum in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

City Reliquary

370 Metropolitan Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211

City Reliquary museum Williamsburg Brooklyn New York

Katrina Alonso, Contributing Writer,  April 3rd, 2016

The City Reliquary Museum in Williamsburg humbly began as a window display in founder Dave Herman’s Williamsburg apartment and has since grown into a small depository of New York-centric bits and bobs. Its permanent collection includes subway tokens, Statue of Liberty figurines, and a set of dentures found in Dead Horse Bay, along with other odd artifacts that tell illustrious stories about New York City. This community-conscious museum also hosts events like block parties, backyard concerts, and film screenings for all. For a look at New York’s history from off the beaten tracks, the City Reliquary Museum is certainly the best place to go.



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