Meet the Jewish founder of the world's only bobblehead museum, and his Chanukah bobbles
December 9, 2022
(JTA) - A crochet museum in Joshua Tree, California, features countless crochet animals that appear in airport ads worldwide. The National Mustard Museum in Wisconsin was founded by a Jewish condiment aficionado.
In February 2019, another niche museum opened around 90 miles east of the mustard mecca: the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum, located in Milwaukee.
Co-founded by Phil Sklar, a Jewish Illinois native, and his friend Brad Novak, the institution is the world's only museum dedicated to bobbleheads. Its collection holds 7,000 unique bobbleheads, including some manufactured b...