There are more than 500 pieces of Statue of Liberty memorabilia in the 10-by-16 teeny museum on Indianapolis' east side. The owner says the story behind the museum is the absurdity of what people can do with the Statue of Liberty.
Teeny Statue of Liberty Museum on Indianapolis' east side
INDIANAPOLIS -- There's a little museum on Indianapolis' east side that you just might miss if you're not looking for it.
It's the Teeny Statue of Liberty Museum in the 2900 block of East 10th Street.
Tim Harmon says he has over 500 pieces of Statue of Liberty memorabilia packed into his teeny 10-by-16 space.
Harmon hasn't seen the real Statue of Liberty close up. So what's the story?
"It has to do with kind of the absurdity of what people do with the Statue of Liberty," Harmon said.
His collection keeps growing but he has no plans to expand, "I think the museum should always be teeny. It's the teeny museum."
You can see it all for 50 cents.
Nothing in the museum is for sale, but you can donate, and many of the items have been donated.
Watch Ericka Flye's 6 in the City report on the Teeny Statue of Liberty Museum below:
Check out more about the museum on its Facebook page
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