As I stated in the earlier parts of this series, there are very few “juggling destinations” in the world. Some jugglers visit Enrico Rastelli’s tomb in Bergamo, Italy or Paul Cinquevalli’s tomb in London, UK. In recent years, my Museum of Juggling History has become such a spot that jugglers want to visit. Jugglers from Russia, the Netherlands, Hungary, Sweden, Germany, the UK, Canada, Finland, and from across the USA have traveled to Middletown, Ohio (USA) to see the world’s largest collection of historical juggling props and memorabilia. The museum continues to grow on an almost weekly basis. It’s been several years since a video tour of the museum has been created, so I decided to film a guided tour for eJuggle readers. Below is the final of a three part walk through of the museum. Unlike the previous two, this part of the museum tour focuses on the history of props rather than on the props used by famous jugglers. You can click here to see Part 1 and here to see Part 2. If you want to learn more about any of the jugglers or props in the video, please visit www.jugglingmuseum.com, which has been recently updated with the entire collection.