Great little museum tucked away in a very nice suburb of Philadelphia. The curator, Gary, is a very nice and knowledgeable Stooges fan. The museum does have very limited hours. It is best to call or check the web site before visiting. The museum is very well done. A lot of time and money has been put into its existence, not just by the owner, but from fans as well. They have recently started charging an entrance fee, but it is minimal and well worth it. The are a lot of fun artifacts to look at as well as a theater to watch some of the Stooges shorts. The best time to visit is when the Three Stooges Fan Club meeting is going on in the area. This happens every other spring at a nearby hotel. The museum holds an open house during this time, and if you're lucky, you may get to meet some of the Stooges relatives or supporting cast members that come in for the event.