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The American Museum of the House Cat is a museum dedicated to Cat Lovers everywhere. It is an Art Gallery which traces the History of the House Cat in America. The museum is the private collection of multi media art relating to House Cat that tells...more
What a fun little museum! Interesting to see so many ways that cats have been revered(or not) through history. From the Egyptians to Andy Warhol. Everybody loves cats. Our tour guide was the CatMan2 himself and he is a wealth of knowledge. Truly enjoyed.
I spent over an hour here with my stepdaughter (12). There's a LOT to look at, so don't be deceived by the small size of the museum itself.
Small point: I was charged $9.50, but the sign outside still said $7.50. Whatever; it supports a...More
This is a great little museum. I was the first one there that morning and Dr. Sims gave me the tour. He was so nice and very informative. I had no idea that so many cat items existed. He even had a mummified cat from...More
We enjoyed our visit. We were a bit surprised that the admission cost was $7.50 rather than the $5.00 we had seen listed. Our daughter in law is a serious cat lover and really liked the museum. The museum staff were very friendly and willing...More
They recently made some changes to the museum. The new entrance fee is now $7.50 for adults and the museum is closed on Mondays. In my opinion the curiosities that you'll find in the museum are worth a visit! Especially the mummified cat as well...More
Note: There are no live cats here!
This small (2 room) museum is a cat lover's dream. The quirky collection is Dr. Harold Sims's 30+ year quest for all things house cat. The collection is organized by various themes ranging from photographs, advertising pieces, wind-up...More
This is a very cute little museum that is absolutely packed with cat kitsch of every kind. They even have a cat mummy and a sabertooth skull. The director was so friendly and helpful showing us around and talking about all the items, their history...More