Get Sucked Into The Weird Part Of The Past By Visiting The Unique American Museum Of The House Cat In North Carolina

For cat lovers the world over, any visit to Sylva, North Carolina, warrants a trip to the American Museum of the House Cat. This weird but wonderful collection has been attracting visitors since 2017 and has quickly climbed to the third most popular among must-see attractions in Sylva.

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Did you know this weirdly amazing step into the past was right here in North Carolina? And have you already paid a visit? We’d love to hear some feedback, so feel free to join the discussion!

The American Museum of the House Cat is open from April through December. The hours are Tuesday – Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. A small admission fee may be required to enter. Learn more at this link on the official website and give it a follow on Facebook for the latest information.

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Address: 5063 US-441, Sylva, NC 28779, USA