Features museums whose mission in centered on the exhibition and collection of toys.
A museum of antique dollhouses, miniatures, dolls, and toys in Santa Monica, California, and sponsored by the Angels for Autistic Children.
Displays miniatures, dolls and toys ranging from the 16th century to modern times. Also offers workshops and education programs. Located in Colorado.
Museum dedicated solely to the history of the Magic Lantern. Located in San Antonio, Texas .
Mechanical museum marvels and vintage coin operated game museum. From the oldest gypsy fortune telling machine of the early 1900's to the latest video games, in Farmington Hills, MI.
Featuring antique to modern dolls, toys, trains, and circus collections. Includes hours, admission fees and directions. Located in Canal Winchester, Ohio.
Features over 30,000 toys and exhibits between its two floors. Includes its history, membership details, rates, a calendar of events, hours and directions. Located in Dyersville, Iowa.
Features photographs of museum, news, history, and biography of the doll's creator, Johnny Gruelle. Includes annual festival information. East Meadow, NY.
Features antique dolls including German and French bisque, china, wax, paper-maiche, composition, wooden Schoenhut, mechanicals and cloth, German Steiff animals and teddy bears. Includes photos, hours and location. Located in Carrollton, Ohio.
Preserves artifacts and disseminates information about the American toy marble industry. Includes photo gallery, children's programs, tournaments, games and rules, and visitor information. Akron, Ohio.
Private museum features over 11,000 toy bunny collectibles of every size, shape, and matter. Also features four Rose Parade float bunnies. Open on selected dates. Located in Pasadena, California.
Exhibits antique toys, games, dolls, dollhouses and scale miniatures. Features a virtual tour of the museum. Located in Kansas City, Missouri.
Image gallery, links and guest book. Includes location, hours, local lodging and attractions. Located in Glen Dale, West Virginia.
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