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City Reliquary Museum

370 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211 | Brooklyn | 718-782-4842

Location Description:

This mini-museum features oddball relicsachunks of old Flatiron buildings, ancient Statue of Liberty memorabiliaain a tiny two-room shop. Some belong to the City Reliquary, some are the collections of others in the community. Pay 50 cents, and a women will usher you past a velvet rope into a room of curiosities well worth the quarters. The Reliquary is also behind a number of events, as planners of a Collectors' Night, a Brooklyn Bridge Birthday Bicycle Ride (on the Bridge's birthday, they ride to the top and eat birthday cake) and Bicycle Fetish Day, an annual street fair for bicycle enthusiasts.

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