The Busy Beaver Button Museum is an online collection representing the history of American-made pinback buttons.
The PEZ Visitor Center is a family-friendly space that gives fans of the candy brand an inside look at PEZ manufacturing operations and history.
Located in Hans Christian Andersen’s hometown of Odense, Denmark, the new H.C. Andersen House Museum offers visitors a unique immersive experience inside the author’s multi-layered fairy tales.
The Pokémon Fossil Museum is a travelling exhibit that encourages people to learn about paleontology through fictional characters of the Pokémon franchise.
The virtual Vintage Tin Toy and Robot Museum is an online collection of vintage tin toys and robots.
Located in Hamburg, Germany, Miniatur Wunderland is the world’s largest model railway and one of the city’s top tourist attractions.
The Museum of Original Figurines (Moof) in Brussels is a private collection of figurines representing characters from comics, video games, and pop culture.
Located in Ulverston, England, the birthplace of Stan Laurel, the Laurel & Hardy Museum recognizes the iconic early 20th-century comedy duo.
The Museum of Wooden Toy Production in the Czech Republic is toymaker DETOA’s homage to the long legacy of its own wooden toy craftsmanship.
The North Carolina Museum of Dolls, Toys & Miniatures preserves the history of childhood in the United States and beyond through vintage objects of play.
The Museo del Juguete Antiguo Mexico (MUJAM) in the Doctores neighbourhood of Mexico City preserves the history of Mexican objects of play and popular culture.
The National Videogame Museum preserves the history of the video game industry through a collection of artifacts and stories relating to the evolution of home and arcade video games.