OZ Museum hosts a collection of over 2,000 artifacts from the stage, screen, and literary interpretations of L. Frank Baum’s classic novel, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
The International Clown Hall of Fame and Research Center preserves the rich history of the often underappreciated art of clowning and pays homage to some of pop culture’s most recognized clown performers.
The Vermont Toy Museum contains a collection of over 100,000 toys from the 1800s to the present.
Kidd’s Toy Museum features the personal collection of Frank Kidd, an avid toy collector.
The Hall of Heroes Superhero Museum pays homage to the fictional superheroes that have entertained and enlightened audiences for generations.
Billed as America’s largest indoor year-around Christmas entertainment attraction, Castle Noel delivers an experience to behold.
Fifty-Two 80’s in Denver, Colorado may just be the closest thing to a time machine ride back to the best decade ever, the 1980s.
Relive the fun, frivolity, and heartwarming drama of Ralphie Parker and his family at A Christmas Story House and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio.
The Hollywood Science Fiction Museum provides a look at the future and technology as told through science fiction media such as books, movies, and television.
The International Cryptozoology Museum shines the light on animals whose very existence is unsubstantiated.
First open to the public in 1956, Pollock’s Toy Museum is a museum and small toy shop located in London’s Fitzrovia district.
Interactive Museum of Gaming and Puzzlery (IMOGAP) is home to one of the world’s largest publicly accessible collection of games in the world.
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.