Barnum's American Museum

Barnum's American Museum Barnum's American Museum was located at the corner of Broadway and Ann Street in New York City, United States, from 1841 to 1865. The museum was owned by famous showman P.

T. Barnum, who purchased Scudder's American Museum in 1841. The museum offered both strange and educational attractions. It burned to the ground in 1865. The museum is also referenced in the Broadway musical Barnum. It was relaunched on the Internet in July 2000.HistoryIn 1841 Barnum bought Scudder's American Museum across from St. Paul's at the corner of Broadway and Ann Street. He converted the

T. Barnum, who purchased Scudder's American Museum in 1841. The museum offered both strange and educational attractions. It burned to the ground in 1865. The museum is also referenced in the Broadway musical Barnum. It was relaunched on the Internet in July 2000.HistoryIn 1841 Barnum bought Scudder's American Museum across from St. Paul's at the corner of Broadway and Ann Street. He converted the

Operating as usual

Address

New York, NY

Opening Hours

Tuesday 9:30am - 1:15pm
Wednesday 12:30pm - 2:15pm
Thursday 3:30pm - 5:15pm
Friday 9:30am - 1:15pm
Sunday 4pm - 5:45pm

Telephone

+1 917-826-0534

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