The World's Largest Toy Museum Complex is a delightful attraction with a facade that draws you in from Branson's famous Strip, and exhibits that will keep you completely enchanted for hours! The museum's extensive and varied collections of toys and other childhood memorabilia is impressive; you'll find everything from Barbie to Betty Boop, and from cast iron toys to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and everything in-between and beyond! Trains, tractors, action figures, lunchboxes, and space toys abound, and even iconic toys from your favorite childhood movies and TV shows can be found. Did you covet Buffy's doll, Mrs. Beasley, from the television sitcom, Family Affair? Well, this unforgettable doll has found a home at the World's Largest Toy Museum! Does Nascar get your engine racing? Check out the museum's display of Nascar memoribilia as well as other classic car toys, like Hot Wheels and tin toy cars. Popeye, Roy Rogers, Disney characters...whatever appeals to the child in you, and to the imagination of your children or grandchildren, you'll find it all at the World's Largest Toy Museum Complex!
- 3609 West Highway 76 in Branson is where you'll find the World's Largest Toy Museum Complex.
- The Museum Complex is open Monday through Saturday from 9AM to 8PM.
- During the winter season in Branson, the Museum changes its hours: 9AM to 6PM.
- The Museum is closed on Sundays and Christmas Day.
- The Harold Bell Wright, National BB Gun, World of Checkers, Stearnsy Bear, and Paul Harvey Jr. Museums can also be found inside the World's Largest Toy Museum Complex.
- There is a wide variety of items available for purchase in the Museum's gift shop.
- Allow at least a couple of hours to enjoy the Museum.
There's so much to see at the World's Largest Toy Museum Complex in Branson that it's hard to believe there are five additional museums located inside, including the Harold Bell Wright Museum and the National BB Gun Museum! The famous story that first brought visitors to Branson by the droves,The Shepherd of the Hills, was penned by author Harold Bell Wright, and is based on the resilient people of the Ozarks that Wright encountered on his journeys through the area in the early 1900's. It's no exageration to say that the Shepherd of the Hills created the tourism industry in the Branson area. The Harold Bell Wright Museum displays artifacts related to the author, the book, and the Branson attraction, and more. The National BB Gun Museum features a large collection of vintage BB guns, as well as nostalgic ads from manufacturers, Daisy and Reminington, as well as a variety of informative displays. You'll also find the World of Checkers Museum, the Paul Harvey Jr. Museum, and for everyone who ever loved a teddy, there's the Stearnsy Bear Museum!
Branson is brimming with live music shows, fun attractions, excellent dining and shopping, and lake activities galore, but there's only one attraction that can both bring back fond memories of childhood, and create new child-like memories for everyone...the World's Largest Toy Museum!