Epiphany Elephant

The Epiphany Elephant Museum



The Epiphany Elephant Museum is the brainchild of Epiphany Elephant President, Jason T. Amason. It is his dream to provide an interactive museum full of "Elephantaria".* We are currently without a location, so we are seeking a new home for all the 5,000 + elephants that are currently in the collection.

*What is Elephantaria? 




Elephantaria is the term coined by Mr. Amason to describe all of the elephant items in the collection. It is any item that happens to be an elephant. Be it in real likeness, modern, antique, or any similar form.







Currently, we are searching for a new home for the Epiphany Elephant Museum! We are seeking a venue to house all of the Elephantaria* as well as other educational resources about elephants.
We are looking to move the collection into the greater Detroit area. If possible, somewhere around Madison Heights, Warren, Clawson, Ferndale, or similar local.
Ideally, we are looking for a location that has some of the following features:
  • A minimum of approx. 1,800 sq. ft.
  • A kitchen or kitchinette
  • A functioning restroom
  • Ample parking
  • Small office space
  • Large open floor plan 
 If you know of or have information about a new home please email us at EpiphanyElephant@aol.com

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