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City Reliquary Museum, Brooklyn

(25+ reviews on the web)
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The City Reliquary is a not-for-profit community museum and civic organization. Through permanent display of artifacts, rotating exhibits of community collections, and annual cultural events, The City Reliquary connects visitors to New York City past and present.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Small little quirky place to see some very old NYC relics. Easy to find and nice staff working there.  more »
  • I had heard about this museum, and when I read of the knish exhibit then I made it a point to go. For a $5 entry fee (this should be lowered to $3), I did expect more by way of information or organiza...  more »
  • I was surprised at what I found here based the quality of other reviews. Not much here at all. I kept looking for the "rest" but it wasn't there. I appreciate it is run by volunteers and consider our ...  more »
Google
  • Great little place for nostalgia and amazing artfacts of New York life. Make sure to tale the time to lusten to all the phones and headsets!
  • Great place with a lot of interesting artifacts. Super friendly staff !
  • Quirky, ridiculous, and densely packed within a small space. Little Egypt is the highlight.
  • A small quaint museum, but really needs to put some explanation on the random collection of 1930s-'60s antiques, as well as reducing the admission from $5 to donation or $1. Took us about 10 minutes to examine all the exhibits, one of which didn't work and the others which we had difficulty with due to the drunk people from the neighbouring bar getting in the way as they were lining up for the museum toilet. Museum has potential but guests will continue to be frustrated in it's current state
  • Great way to spend five dollars in Brooklyn! The place is small, but crammed with interesting artifacts. Wonderfully weird!