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Guinness World Records museum in Niagara Falls is auctioning off everything

One of the most famous attractions in Niagara Falls closed its doors back in September of 2020 and is looking to auction off some of its more interesting items.

The Guinness World Records museum on Clifton Hill is holding an auction until February 12th where they are selling things such as the world’s smallest bicycle and world’s largest pinball machine. 

The attraction opened in 1978 and has brought in tourists from all over the world to experience some of the weirdest and most amazing pieces in their collection.

“An auction, featuring museum memorabilia such as artifacts, sculpted characters, displays, exhibits and even small items such as record wall plaques is scheduled for Friday, February 12th, 2021,” says Ripley Auctions on their website. “A must see for any enthusiast.”

A chair owned by the world’s tallest man that was a focal point at the front of the museum is going up for sale as well as many other classic pieces of memorabilia, like a sculpture that portrayed the world’s most tattooed woman and the photo display for the world’s heaviest man.

Visit the Ripley Auctions website to see more information or some of the other items for sale. 

Lead image courtesy of cliftonhill.com

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