Welcome to the Museum of Juggling History website. Here you’ll be able to see pictures of some of the rarest and most important juggling props in the world. The items in this collection have been donated to, purchased, or rescued by David Cain, a professional juggler and juggling historian from Middletown,Ohio, USA. The collection is usually on display in the normal museum setting, located in Middletown, Ohio, but is sometimes displayed as an exhibit at juggling and circus festivals and conventions. The purpose of this collection is to preserve the history of juggling through the props that make the art possible. Mainly we are looking for props that are vintage, rare, innovative, belonged to well known jugglers, or were used in some historical context such as for a world record or important competition. If you have props that you’d like to donate or sell, please feel free to contact us. Also feel free to contact us regarding any questions or additional information that you might have. The website will be updated as additional props arrive or are acquired for the collection. To see a higher resolution image of any prop, please click on the picture of the prop.
For more information, please contact David Cain at: