Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation & Fantasy is the former personal collection of science fiction writer Judith Merril, now under the care of the Toronto Public Library.
The Center for Puppetry Arts recognizes the wonder and art of puppetry and creates an environment for visitors to experience this magical world.
007 Elements hearkens visitors to the Austrian Alps for a one-of-a-kind James Bond experience.
Living Computers Museum + Labs preserves the history of computer technology and explores technology’s evolution from the 1960s to the present day.
Vent Haven Museum is the only museum in the world dedicated to the stagecraft of ventriloquism.
The state of New York is an Arts and Culture gold mine. While New York City is the epicenter, there are more than a few locations outside of the Big Apple that deserve recognition. These are Toy Tales’ top recommendations for places to visit when in the Empire State.
Babycastles Gallery is a collective of independent video game designers and contemporary visual artists that provide exposure to up-and-coming game designers from around the globe.
Daytona Arcade Museum is central Florida’s largest collection of vintage video games open for public play.
Liskeard and District Museum in England’s Cornwall region is home to the area’s largest collection of vintage toys and memorabilia.
The life and career of legendary stunt performer, Evel Knievel, are honoured at the Evel Knievel Museum in Topeka, Kansas.
Aunt Claudia’s Dolls, a Museum preserves the collection and legacy of Claudia Kelsey, an avid doll collector and beloved former Juneau, Alaska resident.
The Museum of Whimsy in downtown Astoria, Oregon is home to one collector’s personal treasury of odd, intriguing, and, well, whimsical artifacts collected over a lifetime of travels and treasure hunting.
Modern Pinball NYC is a family-friendly pinball arcade, museum, and education centre located a short walk from the historic Gramercy Theatre in New York City’s East Side.
The Popeye Museum in Chester, Illinois thrills fans of the popular cartoon character with memorabilia representing almost every era and incarnation of pop culture’s most recognizable sailor.
The Museum der Dinge – Museum of Things – in Berlin, Germany houses a collection of toys, housewares, decor, furniture, and other objects of everyday life manufactured in the 20th and 21st centuries.
Archie McPhee’s Rubber Chicken Museum in Seattle’s Wallingford neighbourhood lauds the comedy-prop staple through exhibits that offer a look at the history and cultural impact of the rubber chicken.
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.