Niagara’s Guinness World Records Museum Has Closed Forever & So Many Items Are For Sale
You can actually own some record-breaking items thanks to the Guinness World Records Museum auction.
The museum, which has been a Niagara landmark since 1978, permanently closed on September 7, 2020.
February 12, 2021
Auction takes place
The venue is now selling items online through Ripley Auctions, and you can browse the catalogue and begin bidding on January 22, 2021.
Museum memorabilia such as artifacts, exhibits, sculpted characters, and more will be available to bid for.
You have the chance to own a tiny bicycle which was once one of the smallest in the world, or the machine that holds the record for the world's largest pinball game.
There are even some iconic Canadian items available, such as a 42-inch-tall Gordie Howe sculpted caricature.
Hockey legend Wayne Gretzky's jersey, puck, stick, and more will also be listed.
Keep an eye on the website to see when the Online Catalogue goes live and to place your bids.
Guinness World Records Museum Auction
When: February 12, 2021, bidding starts January 22, 2021
Why You Need To Go: Bid for some remarkable memorabilia from the Guinness World Records Museum.