Philadelphia’s Please Touch Museum puts discovery in the hands of children through exhibits and special events designed to ignite curiosity in young minds.
Located in Nürnberg, Germany, the German Games Archive is a repository of more than 30,000 board and table games dating from 1945 to the present.
The Lyman and Merrie Wood Museum of Springfield History in Massachusetts is the conservator of the region’s evolution, including the contributions of one-time resident, Milton Bradley.
Located in Warren, Ohio, the Putt-Putt Fun Center is one of only 39 remaining authentic Putt-Putt courses globally and the oldest in the state at 58+ years.
Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey encourages interest in science and technology through interactive exhibits and toyetic installations.
Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan immerses visitors in the colourful world of Nintendo gaming franchises.
Located in the small town of Osby, Sweden, Lekoseum is a toy museum showcasing toy and play development across the country.
The Toy Soldier Museum in Cresco, Pennsylvania captures military history through intricate displays created using toy soldiers.
Elmer’s Auto & Toy Museum in Fountain City, Wisconsin, features full-size and miniature-sized vehicles, toys, and tools overlooking the Mississippi River.
The Scott Family Amazeum encourages families to learn, explore, and play together with thoughtfully designed STEAM activities for all ages.
Suomenlinna Toy Museum retains the culture and history of Finland through the preservation of the region’s objects of play.
Located in the city of Christchurch, the New Zealand Museum of Toys and Collectibles houses an eclectic mix of both new and old toys and collectibles.
The World Kite Museum encourages interest in kite craft, flying, and preservation through exhibits, special events, and educational programming.
The Chessmen Museum showcases the art and artistry of chess pieces from around the world.
The Galaxy Connection museum brings Star Wars and superhero characters together in a family-friendly interactive environment.
The Apple Valley Model Railroad Club oversees a free museum of artifacts and detailed miniature scenes. The attraction is located inside the historic 1902 Railroad Depot in Hendersonville, North Carolina.
The Hastings Museum preserves Nebraska’s natural and cultural history, including that of the state’s official soft drink, Kool-Aid.
The Discovery Children’s Museum puts youth at the center of exploration and play through interactive exhibits and hands-on learning opportunities.
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