Visiting the Museum

A National Cigar History Museum Exclusive 

© Tony Hyman

Revised  June 6, 2012


The Museum is a virtual, on line, experience.

        Hyman’s NCHM is not set up for on-site visitors. Tours for parties of

no more than two may be arranged under special circumstances. A visitor’s gift

to my wife of one bottle of good wine per person is expected.


      Items are available for rental for museum or other display.

        More than half the boxes are for sale, so inquiries are welcome

        High res copies of photos available for $5 to $10 for non-commercial use,

                and from $25 to $40 for publication.

    tony hyman

The exhibits you see posted in cyberspace would take up tens of thousands of square feet in real life, far more than is practical. In the physical Museum, all my cigar boxes, books, photo collections, ephemera and other 3D items like signs and Indians are crammed into 1,000 square feet (mas o menos).  Although I’m surrounded by hundreds of boxes while I work, it’s possible something you’d like to see is temporarily inaccessible while work on the web is moving forward and other boxes are being photographed.