Musée des Arts Forains – Museum of Fairground Arts – is a colourful and lively museum committed to preserving the history of carnivals and fairgrounds from around the world.
The McDonald’s Museum, located along Route 66 in San Bernadino, offers visitors a look at the history of McDonald’s through toys, signs, packaging, and other vintage memorabilia associated with the fast-food giant.
Seiverling Antique Car and Pedal Car Museum in Ephrata, a borough northwest of Philadelphia, is home to a private collection of vintage peddle cars, planes, and other vehicles created to preserve the history of the popular childhood toy.
The Bunny Museum in Altadena, California is home to the largest collection of bunny memorabilia in the world, featuring over 35,000 objects and a family of live rabbits that call the Museum home.
LEGOLAND Billund Resort is a 45-acre theme park located in the town of Billund, Denmark and is the crown jewel of LEGOLAND theme parks.
The National Toy Museum of Canada in downtown Victoria, British Columbia is a non-profit initiative undertaken to promote and preserve the history of toys and play.
The Fairy Tale Museum in Nicosia, Cyprus interprets the words and illustrations from beloved fairy tales to create a physical world for visitors in which to explore, discover, and dream.
The Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. is the largest library in the world and caretaker to a plethora of rare books, recordings, images, and other media of historical and cultural significance.
Seuss in Springfield is part of the five-museum Springfield Museums complex in the heart of downtown Springfield, Massachusetts celebrating the work of Theodore Seuss Geisel.
The National Museum of Roller Skating in Lincoln, Nebraska is the largest collection of its kind, preserving the history and evolution of this popular pastime.
The Pinball Hall of Fame is a 10,000 square-foot facility in Las Vegas, Nevada housing one of the largest collections of working pinball machines in the world.
American Classic Arcade Museum (ACAM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the Golden Age of coin-operated video games through exhibits, lectures, and good old-fashioned hands-on fun.
Swiss Museum of Games – housed in a 13th-century castle near Lake Geneva – is an elegant museum created to recognize the history and influence of games and play throughout the centuries.
The National Yo-Yo Museum in Chico, California offers the world’s most extensive collection of yo-yos and yo-yo-related memorabilia.
The Museum of Games and Gaming is a private organization exploring the history of games and their influence on culture and society.
The Uncommons, Manhattan’s first board game café, is a cosy locale for people wanting to indulge their love of board games and strengthen community bonds.
Benjamin Pollock’s Toyshop in the Covent Garden district of London’s tony West End, is one of London’s oldest toy stores, with roots dating back to 1856.
The Elliott Avedon Virtual Museum of Games in Waterloo, Ontario is a showcase for games and game-related articles from around the world.