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World's Largest Toy Museum, Branson

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Packed with good-value motel rooms, Branson offers decent accommodations at affordable prices even during the height of the tourist season. If you've come to enjoy the views of the Ozarks, look for vacation rental cabins, many of which are available on a nightly basis. A short drive out of town, most two- or three-bedroom cabins offer free Wi-Fi and fully equipped kitchens, along with access to enclosed yards ideal for hosting small parties. To stay in town without breaking the bank, look for mid-range hotels near Highway 76.
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  • Lots of cool stuff to look at! We passed by so many things that brought back lots of memories. There are 3 buildings in all. The building with the large wooden toy soldiers in the front was our favori...  more »
  • Great history of toys. Just about any toy that has ever been designed is here. There is a lot to see. Appx $30 per ticket for adults  more »
  • Great place to visit for all ages. There was something to see for all three generations. Barbies, GI Joes, games, Star Wars, Roy Rogers memorabilia, toys of all sorts, including trains, original toy s...  more »
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  • Not worth the money. If you've ever seen an episode of Hoarders, this is the place to go. It's not organized well, not handicap accessible, and hot! Yes they have a lot to see, but it's so crowded and they over did it. If you see one truck, you'll see many of the same kind. The only thing we enjoyed was the new, well organized, tribute to Paul Harvey. If the entire museum looked like that and offered more information about the toys, it would be more rewarding. If you have nothing to do, like we did, then stop by this place. Otherwise, save your money and look at vintage toys online.
  • It wasn't what we expected. There is three parts to the museum and we made it through all of them within 30 min. It just look like most of all of it came from auctions. They charge too much for what is there. If you are an avid toy collector of cars, trucks or trains, then it is then place for you. Other than that... eh.
  • Really cool blast from the past. A few interactive things to do. Just an overall cool place to visit.
  • Really nice unique gift shop. Other than that? It resembles nothing as much as a really old, really dirty, way over crowded, junky flea market. The exterior is so cool!!!! Not really a place for kids, unfortunately. Lots of old stuff, but not displayed well (overcrowded shelving, hodge podge of themes), NOT the bright cheery place it could & should be! And it smells musty too! I suppose that to call something a museum, I expected an organized, well lit, place to see gems from my childhood.....NOT a dusty jumbled pile of mid 1980s Ninja Turtles, some missing limbs etc, some in pkg with Walmart price stickers!!! (As one example). I absolutely swear, I thought it'd be fun to see "my" childhood toys (1970s) again, but 99.9% of the time I just kept saying to myself that the items were in such rough shape that my parents would've tossed them out! Well loved, played with, faded colors--OK! But this!? Brought back no fond remembrances!! Obviously, from the exterior of the place, with bright, wonderfully whimsical, childhood related items (train engine, big school bus, Nutcrackers standing at attention by the entrance)....somebody here knows what makes for a fun time. Too bad they didn't let the interior staff know!
  • A little pricey at 15 dollars per person. Alot stuffed crammed into very small space. Overall good experience.