Tucked away on Mechanic's Street in Portsmouth

If you're looking for a fun thing to do this weekend, why not visit the Museum of Dumb Guy Stuff.  It is exactly what the title says it is.  A museum of dumb guy stuff like hand-painted action figures, a model train, model cars, and lots more dumb stuff.

Clay Emery is the owner of a beautiful house on Mechanic's Street in Portsmouth that houses the Museum.  His friend, Rod Hildebrand moved his train set in, and Voila!  A museum was born.

Kids Love The Place

According to a report from WMUR's NH Chronicle, Clay said that a 10-year-old boy came into the place and said, "This isn't dumb stuff, this is AWESOME stuff!"  So, they feel totally vindicated.

How Much Does it Cost?

It's free.  If I were walking past the museum, I might go in.  I mean, they do have a running model train and I like those very much.  The other stuff, not so much... but I'm a girl.  The sign didn't say "dumb GIRL stuff."

What Are The Hours?

The Museum doesn't keep regular hours, but it's usually open from 11a - 4pm.  I would look for the OPEN sign in front of the address:  114 Mechanic Street, Portsmouth, NH

The Owner of the Museum Has Held Many Jobs

Clay Emery, according to Wikipedia, has been a blacksmith, a dishwasher, a teacher in Australia, carpenter, zookeeper, farmhand, firefighter, just to name a few of his occupations!  From that list, it's easily assumed that Clay is a very interesting guy!

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