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Superior, Arizona, USA – At a whopping 134 square feet, this tiny museum was built over 20 years ago by Dan Wight and Jake Leaney, owners of the adjacent Buckboard City Cafe. Originally intended to lure tourists to the restaurant, it set a world record.
World’s smallest museumaccording to the World Record Academy.

Above: World’s Smallest Museum: World Record in Superior, Arizona.photo courtesy
Scott Weiter21/Wikipedia

“”A sign above the front door reads, “An Artifact of Ordinary Life.” It’s normal, sure. I mean, I’ve never seen a share of rusty buckets or wheelbarrows. Then there are the regular tire stacks that resemble totem poles. ”
Arizona Wonders report

Outside the museum building is a giant tire from some kind of heavy equipment at the nearby Resolution Mine. It’s so big, it certainly deserves titles like the biggest tire in Arizona. ”

“This place is little more than a small warehouse at Tuff Shed, but it was opened by Dan Wight and Jake Leaney in the mid-1990s. They built it as a way to lure diners into the Backboard City Cafe next door. and as a way to productively use some of the accumulated personal.”
roadside america report.

“Exhibits behind glass panels include a 1984 Compaq home computer, a Beatles concert poster, a 1960 letter from President-elect John F. Kennedy (to Jake Leaney), the world’s largest Apache tear (a stone ).

“The world’s smallest museum is just 134 square feet.”

Above: World’s Smallest Museum: World Record in Superior, Arizona. photograph:
Youtube

“The museum is no bigger than your average storeroom, but I suspect the curators are misadvertising. After all, its contents spill over onto the adjacent grounds. Beyond the walls A world not expanding. Who checks such claims anyway?

“A sign above the front door reads ‘An Artifact of Ordinary Life.’ It’s normal. Some people have never seen a rusty bucket or wheelbarrow. Then there are piles of ordinary tires that resemble totem poles. ”
Arizona Wonders report

Outside the museum building is a giant tire from some kind of heavy equipment at the nearby Resolution Mine. It’s so big, it certainly deserves titles like the biggest tire in Arizona. ”

Above: World’s Smallest Museum: World Record in Superior, Arizona.photograph
Youtube

“A whopping 134 square feet, this tiny hut was built over 20 years ago by Dan Wight and Jake Leaney, owners of the adjacent Backboard City Cafe. It was originally intended to lure tourists into the restaurant. But the world’s smallest museum quickly became a fascination of its own.”
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“An incredible amount of innovation has gone into the construction of the building. I understand this!

“The quirky look gives way to an even more eclectic collection of items. History buffs and science geeks alike will delight in artifacts ranging from presidential election paraphernalia to obsolete computers.”

Above: World’s Smallest Museum: World Record in Superior, Arizona. photograph:
Superior Arizona

“One of Arizona’s finest roadside attractions on historic U.S. 60 Superior, the world’s smallest museum showcases ‘relics of everyday life’ and, in doing so, the world’s extraordinary labor.” Celebrate power! By displaying pottery from a large iron kettle filled with ancient fragments to a computer on display, a true memory honoring the common people is subtly woven into one’s mind. ”
RoadTripers.com report.

“The world’s smallest museum reflects everyday life with exhibits of common yet unique artifacts, but outside is our Memory Lane/Waterfall Avenue! Using the usual working equipment artifacts , recycles them into fountains and waterfalls, unsung heroes, monuments to all the hardworking people of the world of Memory Lane/Waterfall Avenue theme!

“A visit to the World’s Smallest Museum is, for most people, a step back in time and a stroll down Memory Lane/Waterfall Avenue! Enjoy and be right back at one of Arizona’s top roadside attractions !”

“This delightful museum in Phoenix looks like a country barn (you guessed it, but it’s definitely smaller than that!). The roof is made of cans, so you’re right behind this destination.” I can only guess that the person has a creative mind, which is totally cool.Outside the museum there are fun recyclable things on display such as wheelbarrows and tires.Also inside the small museum There is also a short walkway with glass panels that protect the precious collections in the museum.”
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“This quirky little museum carries the tagline ‘artifacts of ordinary life’. Beatles memorabilia representing pop culture, an ancient computer (with a 10 MB hard drive), his early 90’s foodstuffs in storage, a letter to one of the founders of the late President John F. Kennedy etc. can be seen. museum.

“If you’re a fan of outdated technology, you should expect items like quills and clunky old cameras. The outdated mimeograph is also really intriguing as to how it works. The world’s smallest The items in the museum have stayed the same for a long time.If you drive through Arizona, I think this destination is a must.”

“One of Arizona’s finest roadside attractions on historic U.S. 60 Superior, the world’s smallest museum showcases ‘relics of everyday life’ and, in doing so, the world’s extraordinary labor.” Celebrate power! By displaying pottery from a large iron kettle filled with ancient fragments to a computer on display, a true memory honoring the common people is subtly woven into one’s mind. ”
MuseumsUSA.com report.

“The world’s smallest museum reflects everyday life with exhibits of common yet unique artifacts, but outside is our Memory Lane/Waterfall Avenue! Using the usual working equipment artifacts , recycles them into fountains and waterfalls, unsung heroes, monuments to all the hardworking people of the world of Memory Lane/Waterfall Avenue theme!

“One of the major attractions on display in the museum is the world’s largest Apache Tia Good Luck stone. This semi-precious stone is a “melicanite obsidian nodule” and comes in round shapes ranging from pea-sized to softball-sized.” Made from Mother Nature’s glass. Only found up close Excellent, it is a smoky brown translucent gem quality stone. This is the only obsidian nodule that can truly be called an Apache tear!

“It won’t get any bigger, but the world’s smallest great museum is a work in progress. Owner Dan Wight won’t be expanding the museum itself, but is constantly working to improve the grounds that surround it.” “and,
Arizona Oddities report.

“It’s like adding a new fountain. The latest one is made out of old mining equipment. Before that, Wight built one out of old tires.”

“Superior (Western Apache: Yoo’ Łigai) is a town in Pinal County, Arizona. According to the 2020 Census, the town has a population of 2,407. It was first mined and then transitioned to copper.Currently, development of the huge Resolution Copper deposit is under consideration.

The town of Superior was laid out in 1902 and named for Lake Superior and the Arizona Copper Company (LS&A). The Superior Post Office he opened on December 29, 1902.

“Superior is located about 70 miles (110 km) east of Phoenix and the same distance north of Tucson. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the town has a total area of ​​1.9 square miles (5.0 km2), all land. .” (Wikipedia)

“At just 134 square feet, with its infamous roof made from 1,800 beer cans, the museum accommodates more than two people at a time,” he said.
Superior Arizona report.

“Housing the world’s largest Apache Tear, the museum’s bizarre collection spans presidential election materials, random collectibles, pop culture memorabilia, and antiquated technology. Worth taking a selfie while traveling through Superior is definitely there!”

“It’s very small, but it’s free and has a lot to see. For the price (free) and size, this is worth a visit. I’m not usually a fan of museums because there’s so much to see. Husband You want to see them all. Just the right amount for me.”

“It doesn’t take long and I can brag about it. You can’t miss it if you follow the speed limit. The staff are friendly and you can visit the museum and see all the sights and do it in minutes .”

“If this was open, it would be a fun stop. Checked out after eating at the diner. Even in decent order, some neat stuff was displayed.”

“This little museum is really cool. Really interesting stuff. I recommend stopping by. It’s small, so it doesn’t take too long.”

“After many visits to Superior and the restaurant next door, we decided to check out this museum. What a surprise! Lots of quirky historical items, relics scattered outside, interesting and worth your time.”

World’s Smallest Museum: Arizona Superior


address: 1111 W. US Hwy 60, Superior, AZ
direction: Located on the West End of town, south of US Hwy 60, on the grounds of Buckboard City Cafe. About 1 mile west of the Hwy 177 junction.

Facebook:
Superior Arizona Chamber
time: W-Su 8am – 1:30pm (call to confirm) Local health policies may affect hours of operation and access.
phone: 520-689-5800
Admission fee: free

Email:
sales@worldssmallestmuseum.com
web:
www.worldssmallestmuseum.com/

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