The G.I. Joe Repair Shop and Museum specializes in preserving vintage G.I. Joe toys and the brand’s history.
The Who Shop is a retail store and museum specializing in items relating to the British science fiction series, Doctor Who.
Located in the Forest of Dean region of Gloucestershire, the Museum of Board Games welcomes visitors to discover the history of games and early forms of play.
Fans of the Wizard of Oz can click their heels together and experience a new museum inspired by author L. Frank Baum’s original series of books.
The Made in Chicago Museum is an online collection of 20th-century artifacts that have roots in the Windy City.
Located in Lakewood, Colorado, the Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls & Toys is home to more than 20,000 items ranging from antique and artisan dolls and dollhouses to toys from the 20th century.
Located in the tiny village of Montacute, England, the Montacute TV Toy Radio Museum immerses visitors in classic radio and television sets and the programs that brought them to life.
The Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed harnesses the history of automotive racing, including toys that have revved up the imaginations of young racing fans through the decades.
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Located in the Stansted region of Essex, the House on the Hill Toy Museum houses an extensive collection of children’s toys and childhood memorabilia.
The Los Angeles Slot Car Museum is a private collection of slot cars and related ephemera.
Located near Brussels, Belgium, the Musée Hergé brings visitors into the world of Belgian cartoonist, Georges Remi, creator of the comic series The Adventures of Tintin who wrote under the pen name Hergé.
The Toy Museum of Catalonia preserves toys, games, and other childhood objects from Spain and beyond.
Hasbro GameLand pays homage to local entrepreneur, Milton Bradley, from the first floor of the Lyman and Merrie Wood Museum of Springfield History in downtown Springfield, Massachusetts.
The Snoopy Museum Tokyo honours the characters of the
Peanuts franchise established by Charles M. Schulz in 1950.
The Roanoke Pinball Museum provides a chance to learn about the history and science of pinball machines in an interactive environment.
The Hornby Hobbies Visitor Centre showcases the rich history of the Hornby model railway line of products and associated brands.
The last stop on the
Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds tour has hit the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, California.
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