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World's Largest Toy Museum, Branson

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  • At first I had wondered what we had gotten "into". The original museum/building is really not organized like a museum but more like a visit along the American Picker's route. Signage/descriptions were...  more »
  • This was Amazing! I've never seen so many toys in my life! And I absolutely LOVED the Bibles around the store & the information & video presentation on the guy who helped make Branson area famous, Har...  more »
  • Give yourself 3hrs. to look at everything. My husband found all his childhood toys there. The toy gun collection is something! Didn't know anybody could collect that many toys. Everything from 1800 to...  more »
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  • My husband and I spent a good two hours at this place because there was so much to look at. We were greeted by two workers who were very knowledgeable and you could tell they were kids at heart. Although my husband and I are young (I'm 21 and he is 25) we loved finding old toys we once had or toys our grandmas and grandpas had as children. We found the little Bible verses everywhere charming. Thank you, Toy Museum for making our honeymoon extra special!
  • We went to this museum on our vacation last week and it was really fun! It was very nostalgic seeing old toys that we had when growing up, and my son (10 years old) was enthralled by all of the Hot Wheels and Star Wars items! My daughter (8 years old) had fun sitting on the old ride-on horses (not operating). I think that my fiance and I had more fun than the kids though! Some highlights for me - the Barbie room - I loved seeing old Barbies I had or wanted as a kid and current ones that my daughter has. I loved the board game wall and the sprinkling of them throughout the museum. The staff was very personable and greeted us very warmly, even expecting us as our resort had told them to expect us! We even had a gentleman give us background on the museum, which was very cool. I did find the museum slightly stuffy and think some fans would help to move around the air and make it a little more pleasant. It was a fun experience that I'm glad I had and I recommend it!
  • What can I say? They have the largest collections of toys around. You'll go down memory lane and be amazed at the vast amount of exhibits available. I had taken my family and we all really enjoyed the visit. The staff is really friendly.
  • Toys, toys everywhere! Old toys, newer toys, boy toys and girl toys. Neat place, with cubby holes of discovery wherever you turn. We dated ourselves with a number of them that we saw, but their collection is extensive! Overhead trains, bikes, and some grocery store rides, like The Batmobile, Elmo, a school bus, and others. You could go in a hundred times and see something different every time. The only reason for 4 stars is The Worlds Largest Toy Museum needs to grow! As in space, not size of collection.
  • A fantastic place filled with a lot of wonderfully old toys ranging from the early 1900's (maybe even earlier than that) to the early 2000's. Seeing some of the many toys the museum had to show brought back a lot of memories and nostalgia. I highly recommend it. :)