Trundle Manor is a macabre art museum and oddity tourist trap in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was founded by artist couple and Anton and Rachel Miriello and houses their personal collection of cryptozoology, vintage taxidermy, and jarred specimens.Plan your Trundle Manor visit and explore what else you can see and do in Pittsburgh using our Pittsburgh itinerary planner.
When entertaining guests, Anton Miriello and Rachel Miriello go by Mr. Arm and Velda Von Minx respectively. Visitors are asked to donate items to the collection for tour payment. Donations vary from booze, former pets now preserved in jars, to killing implements.
Trundle Manor reviews
All I can say is GO! A must-see. Fascinating. I don't know how it could be improved upon. A fantastic experience. There's enough information here so I won't repeat all of the interesting items... more »
My suggestion visit the Trundle Manor. It is such a fantastic mix of taxidermy, antique medical equipment, and a slightly tilted sense of humor. more »
I was able to take a taxidermy class for the day. our group stuffed some rabbits. super chill and easy atmosphere, not to mention gorgeous curios all over the place. some of the friendliest folks you'll ever meet as well. there's a piece of interest for nearly anyone out there but if you aren't a fan of tight quarters or death in general, it's probably not for you.
Very unique very special collection. Don't go if you hate taxidermy! Tons of other interesting things though
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