Museum of Interesting Things
Join The Museum of Interesting Things &
The Greater Astoria Historical Society in celebrating NY History
Sept 1st, 2019 4pm!
is a special benefit to help support our friends GAHS continue their
amazing work preserving our history and find a new location too!
You are invited to celebrate Queens and NYC through the Society’s
collection and the Museum of Interesting Things collection of interesting
things and vintage 16mm films. There will be presentations from actual
board members of the Society on NY, so if you love our town and want
to support it come visit, see, hear and learn and enjoy!
a special presentation from Forgotten New York Author Kevin Walsh
Afterwards your ticket includes admission to the NY Secret Speakeasy
at 6pm where we’ll show original vintage 16mm films of NY and
more! Also get to see and learn about vintage antiques from NY as well
as our Summer of Love & Suffragette theme!
September 1, 2019 at 4pm-6pm
$20 Admission includes
Admission to Secret Speakeasy afterwards from 6pm-10pm
Astoria Historical Society, founded in 1985 is the place to learn and
celebrate Long Island City and its neighborhoods & Queens &
NY. Through education programs, exhibitions, the research library, our
historic sites, and special events, GAHS offers New Yorkers and visitors
to Queens a chance to connect with the heritage of Queens.
The Greater Astoria Historical Society has more than 50,000 newspapers,
maps, documents and artifacts, as well as 150,000 photographs are housed
and preserved in our collection.
On top of that, everyone gets FREE ADMISSION to the Museum of Interesting
Things for anyone who wants to stick around afterwards.
We’ll keep the party running well into 10pm!
We're certainly looking forward to seeing everyone at this very special
party and celebration!
the spirit of a true Speakeasy
Anything can change so...Please check this website before leaving.
The Museum of Interesting Things
Secret Speakeasy at
Lofts at Prince Street 177 Prince Str.
Between Thompson & Sullivan street
in Soho NYC 212 274 8757
to help the Society & the Museum
is limited so you should get advance tickets