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Near the back of the museum, guests will be able to check out a small library of around 700 cat books that highlight the species’ unique history, as well as some really interesting reads related to CFA and cat exhibits.
In addition to these exhibits, you can find this cult of the feline species throughout the museum, even in the bathroom, where guests will spot decorative Chinese cat prints on the walls.
It is also imperative that guests visit the unique collection of cat dolls housed in what was once the Midland-Buckeye Bank vault. Inside this room, you’ll find cats disguised as kings and queens, bride and groom, and even recognizable characters like Cinderella.
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Entrance to the museum is free. The Feline Historical Museum is located in Alliance, a town about an hour southeast of Cleveland.
WANT TO GO?
What: The Historical Feline Museum
Or: 260 E. Main St., Alliance, OH
Hours: Tuesday to Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday. Closed on sunday and monday.
Cost: To free
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