CROWN HEIGHTS — New York City has a world-class set of cultural institutions, but to take it all in would be a superhuman endeavor. Therefore, The Levys’ Unique New York!, an off-beat tour company, is offering, for one night only, the chance to absorb the highest quality exhibits on art, history, science and car service, including a spectacularly unqualified docent-led tour.
LaunchPad will be hosting “The Museum Museum,” a one-night only curated experience where visitors can explore the microscopic world of amoebas through 2D viewing platforms; where guests will be thrown into the past by the City Reliquary’s traveling suitcase of antiquity; and where modern-day curiosity seekers can experience the world-renowned Museum of Car Service.
The Museum Museum’s main exhibit will be a documentary, The Quest for Cameltoe, featuring Rev Jen, the zany irreverent Lower East Side art star who may be one of New York City’s last living eccentrics. The Quest for Cameltoe shows Reverend Jen creating mystifying works of art, traveling to exotic European cities, getting drunk on wine and creating the only Troll Doll Museum in the world.
Doors open at 8 p.m. The Quest for Cameltoe runs 64 minutes and will begin promptly at 9:30 p.m. LaunchPad is located at 721 Franklin Ave. and is accessible via the 2, 3, 4, 5, A and C trains at Franklin Avenue and the Franklin Avenue shuttle at Park Place.