If you and your family love toys and history, the World's Largest Toy Museum Complex is the place for you! With six museums spread over three buildings, the complex is a place where history comes alive.
The museum features toys from as far back as the early 1800s, including tin toys and farm toys. Matchbox cars, GI Joe figures, Disney toys, Barbies, and PEZ dispensers are all on display. In addition, you can see a Boyds Bear village and a Roy Rogers collection.
The Harold B. Wright Museum and the Paul Harvey Jr. 50s Era Museum are both located within the toy museum complex. These museums give you insight into Branson's history.
Harold Wright was one of the people who made Branson famous, and Paul Harvey was an ABC radio newscaster for over 50 years.
At the Harold B. Wright Museum, you can see the manuscript for "The Shepherd of the Hills," Wright's famous novel that takes place in the Ozarks. At the Paul Harvey Jr. 50s Era Museum, you can view a replica of Paul Harvey's home as it was in the 1950s. The museum includes many of the original furnishings from Harvey's home.
The museum complex is an ideal place for making new memories with your family, too. You can play checkers and build new creations with Lincoln Logs together. At the museum's photo boxes, you can transform yourself into a superhero or the latest Barbie doll.
The World's Largest Toy Museum Complex is made up of six different museums. The toy museum has over 1 million toys, and the oldest ones date back to the early 1800s.
You can see farm toys, tin toys, GI Joe action figures, and PEZ dispensers at the toy museum. The museum includes over 900 Barbie dolls, too!
Once you've seen the toys, you can head over to the other museums inside the complex. The World of Checkers Museum lets you explore the history of this board game.[
If you're interested in learning more about the history of Branson, The Harold B. Wright Museum is an excellent starting point. You can view the original manuscript of "The Shepherd of the Hills," the novel that made Branson famous.
The National BB Gun Museum, The Stearnsy Bear Museum, and The Paul Harvey Jr. 50s Era Museum complete the complex of six museums.
You can find the museum complex at 3609 W 76 Country Blvd. It's down the street from the Butterfly Palace & Rainforest Adventure and the Titanic Museum.
Yes, the toy museum is a must-see for kids! Many children enjoy seeing the trains, dolls, fire trucks, Hot Wheels, and superheroes at the museum. You and your children can enjoy playing checkers together and making buildings with Lincoln Logs, too.
The World's Largest Toy Museum Complex is open from Monday through Saturday throughout the year. In January and February, the museum is open from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. From March through December, opening hours are from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Yes, absolutely! To purchase your tickets to the toy museum over the phone, call 1-800-785-1610.
Prices do not include tax. Child is ages 6-12.
Just a single call will give you free, personal service from a local Branson expert who will maximize discounts as well as arrange a worry-free vacation.
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Family pass is for 2 adults and up to 2 children ages 6-12.