The Museum of Interesting Things
The Cat Museum of New York City

The Cat's Meow event in Soho NYC!

There will be cat art, cat books, cat-themed music, 
the world's largest collection of cat board games, and more!

and don't worry dog lovers, we may have some things for you too there!

Sunday May 19, 2024 at 7pm - 8pm

$20 Admission includes
Admission to Secret Speakeasy afterwards from 8pm-10pm

Please purchase advance tickets or at the door

I’m certainly looking forward to seeing everyone at this very special evening and celebration!
Enjoy a playlist of cat-themed music curated by CMNYC co-founder Reynard Loki.

In the spirit of a true Speakeasy
Anything can change so...Please check this website before leaving


The Loft at Prince Street 177 Prince Str
Between Thompson & Sullivan street
in Soho NYC 212 274 8757

Advance Tickets:


The Cat Museum of New York City is a proposed institution dedicated to supporting the work of cat rescuers, no-kill cat shelters, cat nonprofit organizations, and the local community of cats and the humans who care for them.

Its programming will include art, books, gift shop merchandise, and education on how to get involved in cat rescue, TNR (trap, neuter, return), adoption/fostering, and more.

The Cat Museum of New York City needs your help to launch! Half the proceeds of ticket sales will go toward helping CMNYC to launch as a nonprofit and to develop a brick-and-mortar space for cat art, public education, and fun programming. Click Here to Learn More.

The Museum of Interesting Things:

The Museum of Interesting Things is a traveling virtual or live interactive demonstration/exhibition of antiques and inventions that goes to schools, libraries and events and inspires kids and adults to be curious. We bring back tinkering. I like to say it shows kids and adults that their ipods did not pop out of thin air! Like a circus...just no elephants!

The Secret Speakeasy is a live and virtual benefit to help the Museum reach more kids and adults as well as a way for more people to see and enjoy the thingies and see 16mm films! Each week has a different historic theme.


Click here or the image for just the virtual tickets if you cannot attend live:

Credit: Drawings by Heloísa Nora of Poorly Drawn Cats.






Photo of Tristan artwork by Jenny Pierson