Toys foster children’s creativity, from the action figures that inspire fantasies of being a superhero to the wooden blocks that inspire fantasies of being an artisan woodblock maker. Let their minds run wild with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $8 for one admission to both museums (up to a $17.90 value)
- $15 for two admissions to both museums (up to a $35.80 value)
- $29 for five admissions to both museums (up to an $89.50 value)
World's Largest Toy Museum and Harold Bell Wright Museum
Outside the World’s Largest Toy Museum, two larger-than-life toy soldiers flank the entranceway, which leads to a collection of more than one million toys from the 19th century to today. The proprietors have neatly organized their eclectic memorabilia on wooden and glass shelving, and bigger items hang from the ceilings. Visitors experience fascination and nostalgia while browsing antique tin fire trucks, a 1959 British Embassy Rolls-Royce, superhero action figures, and retro lunchboxes, a more compact version of the dinner trays kids used to carry to school.
The Harold Bell Wright Museum is a special area of the World’s Largest Toy Museum dedicated to a local hero and scribe. Learn about the author’s life and dedication to penning articles, screenplays, and novels, including 1907’s The Shepherd of the Hills. This story, which was once a staple of required classroom reading, helped make Branson, Missouri, a popular spot for tourists.
92% of 366 customers recommend
“Great place for the family”
“Take your camera and make sure you have lots of time! So much to see and so many childhood memories to relive! Very cool extensive collection! ”
“Plan to spend lots of time there, they have so many items there that will completely take you back to your childhood. They will also let you take pictures in there so...”
“Plan to spend lots of time there, they have so many items there that will completely take you back to your childhood. They will also let you take pictures in there so you can show your family all the wonderful things in this museum. The owner and employees are all very nice and let you look around without harassing you, but are there if you need them.”
3609 W 76 Country Blvd.
Branson, MO 65616