Situated close to the harbour and surrounded by the hilly streets of St. John’s, lies North America’s most easterly comic book shop, Downtown Comics.
Dedicated to Theodor Geisel, who wrote children’s books under the pen name Dr. Seuss, The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum recently opened in his hometown of Springfield, Massachusetts.
The Museum of Failure in Helsingborg, Sweden, is a shrine to products that weren’t as well-received as hoped or expected; the duds, the fails, the disasters.
Since its opening in 1995, the Musée de la Poupée has enchangted visitors to the City of Light with a permanent collection of more than 500 French dolls.
Test your pinball wizardry at Canada’s largest pinball arcade, Ottawa Pinball Arcade.
Located in the quaint town of Beech Mountain, the highest elevated town east of the Rockies, Land of Oz is a place every fan of The Wizard of Oz should experience.
Le Musée du Jouet contains a vast collection of dolls, electric trains, and games amassed from various private collections and donations from the public.
The Super Museum proudly presents something for each generation of Superman fan to enjoy and discover about Clark Kent/Superman.
Known as Canada’s largest adventure gaming and science fiction and fantasy bookstore, The Sentry Box is a gathering place for local enthusiasts as well as a destination for out-of-towners looking to get their fix of geekery.
The 2017 edition of Ottawa Comiccon is coming up fast. If this year’s special guest list is any indication, Ottawa Comiccon’s reputation as a premier event is reaching far beyond city limits.
Do you have hours to marvel at toys, comics, cartoons, and other pop-culture memorabilia? If you stop at Geppi’s Entertainment Museum, you better have.
The second largest city in Estonia, Tartu is home to many of the country’s most renowned institutions, including the Tartu Toy Museum.
There’s no better home for the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) than Seattle, the city that gave us such pop-culture phenomena as Starbucks, grunge, and Sleepless in Seattle.
A new breed of museum, designed to encourage children (and adults) to access their innate creativity.
Whether you’re a pinball wizard or just a sorcerer’s apprentice, Museum of Pinball in Banning, California is the place to be if you want to hone your craft or rediscover your love of the game(s).
Their website says it best: “Replay Museum promotes the art, science, and cultural significance of mechanical amusement machines to preserve these historical artifacts for future generations.”
Part of The Strong National Museum of Play, the National Toy Hall of Fame houses the world’s largest collection of toys, dolls, board games, video games, books, photographs, and historical documents related to play.
Brantford, Ontario may be best known as the birthplace of hockey-great Wayne Gretzky, but the town is also home of the Personal Computer Museum.