In a tiny pathway, wedged between Franklin Street and White Street, lies this wonderful museum that highlights the value of objects we see around us daily and take for granted. The museum opened its doors in 2012 with shelves housing an eclectic range of exhibits like shoes, food packets, creams, toothpaste, cords, keyboards, locks, pamphlets and much more. Nestled in a former freight elevator of an abandoned warehouse, the Museum is only a 60-square foot (5.57-square meter) space, making it one of the smallest museums in the city. Added to it, the unassuming moniker and its location makes this museum a hidden gem; try spotting it.
- Open Hours: Saturday to Sunday from 12:00 PM to 06:00 PM
- Nearest Train: Canal Street