The NYC Barbershop Museum isn't just an exhibition of the rich history of barbering, but also a working barbershop that makes a full, immersive experience. Treat yourself to an expensive , modern haircut, shave and more.
Historically, the men’s Barbershop emerged before women began getting to their first salons. Working men treated themselves by getting haircuts, manicures, shoe shines and facial massages. As a result, the Barbershop became an area where they might gather and socialize, smoke a cigar or have drinks together.
Arthur Rubinoff, a 4th generation Master Barber and celebrity groomer, has been collecting Barber antiques and memorabilia for over 25 years. He was inspired to open the NYC Barbershop Museum, to supply his clients the best haircuts, shaves, and grooming services in an enticing turn-of-the-century environment, surrounded by the historic artifacts and memorabilia he loves.
“The history of the Barber may be a very rich but forgotten one,” explains Rubinoff. “My goal was to offer reference to all Barbers and our history also as educate. Barbering may be a true art with a desirable legacy.”
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