American Sanitary Plumbing Museum
Downtown, it has free internet access.
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American Sanitary Plumbing Museum information
See if you can resist making this pun (or worse) when you visit the American Sanitary Plumbing Museum , the world’s only known museum devoted to the subject. Withstanding the urge will probably challenge all of your mental strength. Begun by Charles Manoog in 1979 (by day a fellow running a plumbing parts distribution business), this family-operated museum contains a legitimately fascinating and well-displayed collection of artifacts.