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Vent Haven Museum
33 W. Maple Ave., Fort Mitchell, KY 41011
Vent Haven Museum is the world's only museum of ventriloquial figures and memorabilia. Its collection contains more than 800 ventriloquist figures from twenty countries as well as hundreds of photographs and other pieces of memorabilia related to ventriloquism, including replicas of figures used by Edgar Bergen. The museum is in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, five miles south of Cincinnati, Ohio. The museum was founded by William Shakespeare Berger, a Cincinnati businessman and amateur ventriloquist. Berger amassed the collection from the 1930s until his death in 1973. The museum is open seasonally from May 1 to September 30 by appointment only. It is also open to those attending the Vent Haven ConVENTion.
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