We had the opportunity to pass through Branson, Missouri awhile back. We saw lots of interesting places that we plan on going back to someday but we could not resist the Worlds Largest Toy Museum.
As of this writing the pricing is down on their website so I will need to update later. Because we had my son with us we got a military discount so it was less than $17 for three of us.
Basically, if you ever had a toy as a kid, you will likely find it in here. It may take you a couple of hours to find it but it is probably here. You might even find it in the pictures that follow or the gallery.
The people that worked here were very nice. They help you by recommending a path to take but you will most likely find yourself just wandering around in amazement. This post is best just showing you pictures and letting you wander through the pics.
Does this remind you of anyone’s closet?
Yup, toy Beatle and Elvis figures.
There are several of these hallways that just keep leading to more toys.
Just when you thought that the place was only filled with toys, you find a small museum dedicated to Harold Bell Wright. He was a prominent author of the early 20th century who’s book “The Shepherd of the Hills” made Branson, Missouri the tourist destination that it is today. There are more pics in the gallery.
After the museum, the toys just continue.
There are plenty of sections for girls toys too.
The pics continue in the gallery but this gives you just a taste of the toys on display.
This place will take you back to your childhood one toy at a time. At the time we went they were working on another building behind this one. They state that they have over one million toys and I would not doubt it having seen many of them. Going here will send you back in time. Plan on spending a few hours though.
For more information here is their website: