Hidden in the middle of the Clarksville neighborhood you can find several houses with historical markers on them. One of them, located behind a big house at the corner of 9th and Oakland is the Museum of Collectibles and Curiosities. Even though it is small, it is packed with tiny little treasures that kids love to investigate. The whole collection belonged to Patricia Duncan Brown, an avid collector of curiosities. Some of the collections' categories are Christmas ornaments, cats, circus, Mexican and Indian.
The volunteers that work there are very knowledgeable of the items and offered us a fun activity for the kids. They gave us a quick tour to look around the categories. Then the kids were given pieces of paper to draw their favorite pieces.
Their policy is that we can't post photos of the pieces, but they have some on their web page. Our kids kept the memories of their awesome drawings! Here is a gallery of what you can find inside.