Located in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, Wonderville is an event space and arcade featuring independently produced arcade games.
Located in Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia, ZAGREB 80’s Museum looks back at life in 1980s Yugoslavia through popular objects of the times.
Maison d’Ailleurs – translated to House of Elsewhere – in the town of Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland is renowned for its collection of science fiction-related literature, illustrations, and media.
The American Museum of Magic in Marshall, Michigan, houses the largest publicly accessible collection of magic-related objects and history in the United States.
Located in the heart of Saint Louis, Missouri, the World Chess Hall of Fame (WCHOF) “celebrates one of the world’s oldest and best-loved games” through a combination of rotating exhibitions, special projects, and public programming.
The American Treasure Tour Museum houses the fruits of one anonymous collector’s sixty-plus-year treasure hunting obsession.
The LEGO Museum in Prague explores the toy’s decades-long history and showcases the impact these building blocks continue to have on curious and creative minds of all ages.
Located inside the historic luxury Fairmont Empress Hotel, Miniature World provides an escape to new surroundings — through dioramas depicting real and fictional people and places.
The Midlands Toy Soldier Fair is going virtual this year: check out the UK Virtual Toy Soldier Fair 2020 online on Sunday, September 27th, from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM GMT.
This year’s annual outdoor photograph exhibition from Montreal’s McCord Museum depicts children’s favourite outdoor pastimes from the past 120 years.
Owned and operated by the Le Roy Historical Society, the Jell-O Gallery tells the story of “America’s most famous dessert” through guided tours and exhibits.
This year’s FAN EXPO Canada has moved online, offering a series of ongoing virtual experiences to connect fans with a varying roster of celebrities through interactive Q&A sessions.