Ottawa Comiccon 2016 is just around the corner (May 13-15, 2016) at the EY Centre. Here are 8 things you need to know.
Located in a restored Victorian school, the Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum houses a large collection of toys & trains and includes speciality rooms focused on miniatures, games, and transportation.
A stop at the Lunch Box Museum in Columbus, Georgia will let you relive that feeling of childhood wonderment of standing in front of a department store shelf trying to decide which lunch box should accompany you to school.
Action-figure enthusiasts will get their fill at the Toy and Action Figure Museum. Opened in 2000, it houses more than 13,000 action figures as well as hundreds of original drawings from some of the state’s noted cartoonists.
The brainchild of independent designer, Daniel Siskind, the Brickmania Toys company is focused on creating LEGO kits that fall outside of LEGO’s official product lines.
With Level One Game Pub on the scene, Ottawa-area gamers have one more reason to love the city.
A.C. Gilbert’s Discovery Village is a children’s museum named after the Salem-born toy inventor and creator of the Erector Set.
With 33,000 square feet of exhibit space and over 72,000 items in its collection, The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures features an impressive array of vintage objects.
Ottawa Comiccon 2015 is just around the corner – taking place the weekend of May 8-10, 2015 in Ottawa. Here are 8 things you need to know about this year’s show.
This Saturday, May 2, is Free Comic Book Day in North America. A quick scan of the comics on the list reveals a variety of genres that should appeal to a wide-range of age groups.
The National Capital Region’s board game cafés/lounges/shops are proof positive that board gaming is an integral part of the social scene.