World's Largest Toy Museum in Branson, MO

3609 - 3615 w 76 Country Blvd.. Branson, MO 65616
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Let your inner child run rampant in a museum filled with more than 1 million toys. All your favorite toys from your childhood and years past are right here. From vintage toys from the 1800s to new collectibles of today, guests will discover the toys of many generations while reminiscing about their childhood. Barbie, Raggedy Ann, Thomas the Tank Engine, and more memorable characters are all here!

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The World’s largest Toy Museum Complex includes over 1 million toys from the 1800’s to present, including model trains, planes, cars, dolls, superhero figures, BB guns, Disney and much more. The Toy Museum Complex actually includes two buildings housing 5 separate museums. Included in our pricing is:

1. The World’s Largest Toy Museum: Every toy you can imagine, antique toys, sports toys, dolls, cars, superhero toys, firetrucks, etc.
2. The National BB Gun Museum: Over 500 BB guns
3. The Stearnsy Bear Museum
4. The World of Checkers Museum
5. The Harold B. Wright Museum, the writer of the best-selling book, “The Shepherd of the Hills”. NOTE: The museum actually contains the original manuscript of the book as well as Mr. Wrights personal collection of furniture and paintings.

What will guests see in these museums?
Military toys, western toys, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans displays.
Huge Star Wars Collection
Star Trek figures
Over 300 Barbie dolls
BB guns dating back to the 1850’s
A special GI Joe display
100’s of antique toy trucks, planes, trains, dolls
Superhero figures from the 1920’s to the present
Bicycles/Pedal cars
Raggedy Ann, Betty Boop collections

The complex also contains many military, presidential, and military model toys that all military personnel will enjoy seeing. The museum is veteran owned.

Visitors are greeted w/ huge collections of toys from the past three generations, special displays, life-size figures, classic toy commercials, and many photo opportunities.

The museum complex is open Monday thru Saturday, January 1st thru March 15th from 9am-6pm and March 16th thru December 31st from 9am-8pm. Tours are self-guided and can range from 30 min to several hours. Guests can leave and return during the same day.

The World’s Largest Toy Museum Complex has won the Trip Advisor Award of Excellence the past two years.

Reserve Branson Customer Reviews

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Jennie Moore
Centerville , IA
4 Reviews
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"Awesome!"
June, 2018
Loved it!
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Rui Zhai
Norman, OK
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"Very good holiday destination"
February, 2018
We had wonderful time in Branson, for my family.
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TripAdvisor Reviews
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MCyui
"So much fun!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 12, 2018 NEW
A real trip down memory lane to see your toys from your past. It will take you a long time to go through the whole museum.
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mamamindix4
Union, Missouri
"Great museum with lots of nostalgia"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 10, 2018 NEW
WE had a great time and spent over 2 hours just enjoying it all. There is something for every age. Be sure to see it all.
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401mirandab
Sulphur Springs, Texas
"Discounted tickets through Groupon... 3 buildings to explore - LOTS of stuff"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed December 06, 2018 NEW
The 1st building was crammed full of tons and tons of old toys. Hubby and I were awed, but the 6 y/o quickly lost interest. There were several old store-front ride on's that she could climb on and some worked... It would be neat if there was a small section to play some of the board games that are sold in the store.... The 2nd building was more kid friendly (BB gun museum) - there are 2 dress-up booths (they need a few more costumes) that she really enjoyed, and some areas where she could actually play with a few toys... The 3rd building was the train display... She got fussed at for trying to touch the train - maybe there needs to be more interactive play areas here? There was one button she could push that made the thundercloud light up and rumble, but that was it... Overall, we enjoyed the stop...
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Ray L
Waco, United States
"Nice Place to see"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed December 02, 2018 NEW
This is a neat attraction. There are a lot of old toys and things to look at. The only draw back is that it is a little priciy for what you actually get. I am not saying that it is expensive, just not sure the value is there for everyone. We enjoyed the 2 hours we spent in the 3 museums.
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ponyexpress11
Iowa City, Iowa
"So many toys"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed November 28, 2018 NEW
Lots of toys from all ages--from long ago and some more recent. Fun to see what you remember having or wanting from your own childhood. There's also a working model train in one of the buildings.
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Frequently Asked Questions about World's Largest Toy Museum

What are the hours of operation?
The World’s Largest Toy Museum operates on the following schedule:

  • Monday through Saturday: 9:00am – 8:00pm
  • Sundays and Christmas Day: Closed
  • Winter Season: 9:00am – 6:00pm
Where is the museum located?
Our address is 3609 W 76 Country Blvd, Branson, MO 65616.

How many toy exhibits are in the museum?
The museum boasts more than one million toys on display. Exhibits range from Roy Rogers to tin toys, and beyond.