The Science History Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania documents the growth of chemistry sets in an online exhibition called Science at Play: A History of Chemistry Sets.
The New Children’s Museum’s online activities and projects engage everyone in the family. Play is an important part of our lives, particularly in stressful times.
The Canadian Museum of History’s online exhibition offers a historical look at toys designed and made in Canada.
The Museum’s virtual offerings will keep you connected and entertained. It’s a great opportunity for individuals and families to enjoy the physical and emotional benefits of play.
Ingfield Light Railway is a privately managed park-sized light railway located on the grounds of Ingfield Manor School in West Sussex, England.
The Museum of Illusions in Toronto, Ontario, offers unique sensory experiences to those in search of mind-expanding adventures.
The Swiss Museum of Games’ permanent collection consists of more than 10,000 parlour, board, and video games from various time periods and regions around the world.
The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (The MADE) “is the only all-playable video game museum in the world.” This non-profit organization focuses on preserving objects and educating the public about the history and cultural significance of video games and related topics.
Located in Roswell, a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, the Computer Museum of America (CMoA) is home to more than 250,000 technology artifacts, making it one of the largest computer collections in the world.
The Nostalgia Box in Perth, Australia is the place to go to marvel at the evolution of video games and game consoles.
For almost 50 years, the Hobbit Café has been serving up a slice of Middle Earth to diners in Texas’s largest city.
Located in Denver, Colorado, Mile High Comics’ Jason Street Mega Store offers patrons access to more than 5 million comic books available in a whopping 45,000 square feet space.
Part fun-house, part arcade, Novelty Automation offers a cheeky look at life and play through a collection of “satirical home-made machines”.
Fans of the award-winning stories and characters of the Cartoon Network can now “eat, sleep, cartoon!” in the animation network’s first U.S.-based hotel that opened to the public last Summer.
Yokohama Museum of Tin Toys displays the personal collection of Teruhisa Kitahara, who has amassed thousands of tin toys over almost five decades of collecting.
Located in Danville, Kentucky, the Great American Dollhouse Museum showcases more than 200 antique and artisan dollhouses, room boxes and buildings. The site is housed in a 6,000 square foot historic building originally constructed in 1939 and the site of a former National Guard Armory.
BabyLand General Hospital is equal parts museum, toy store, and performance theatre dedicated to pop culture royalty, the Cabbage Patch Kids.
Spanning more than 6,000 square feet, the Gadsden-Pacific Toy Train Museum in Tucson, Arizona, offers visitors a variety of toy train layouts, displays, and exhibits.
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