World's Largest Toy Museum Complex Branson, MO

3609 - 3615 w 76 Country Blvd..Branson, MO 65616
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Release your inner child at Branson, Missouri's World’s Largest Toy Museum Complex, home to over a million toys! Journey from vintage treasures to modern favorites, reliving cherished memories with Barbie, Raggedy Ann, Thomas the Tank Engine, and more. Get ready to be enchanted with a nostalgic self-guided tour of the Branson toy museum.

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from Ashley, one of our Branson Travel Experts
  • The complex encompasses 6 museums in all with over a million toys and a running train display.
  • Let your imagination abound as you journey through an eclectic toy collection and interactive exhibits that include a Hot Wheels track, Lincoln Logs, checkers, and various coin operated rides.
  • Explore an array of toys from various categories such as tin toys, Roy Rogers, A Christmas Carol, Barbie, Disney, cast iron toys, space toys, NASCAR, Super Heroes, and trains.
  • See over 5,000 teddy bears of different sizes, shapes and colors in the Stearnsy Bear Museum.
  • Visitors typically spend about 2 hours exploring, but you are welcome to go at your own pace.
  • The museum has two gift shops on site where visitors can purchase toys and collectibles that are hard to find elsewhere.


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The World's Largest Toy Museum Complex in Branson, Missouri, is the ultimate trip down memory lane!

Enjoy finding your childhood toys in this vast collection consisting of over one million toys. Two buildings, covering more than 30,000 square feet, house all six of The Beck Museums and include the Paul Harvey Jr. 50's Era Museum, the National BB Gun Museum, Stearnsy Bear Museum, World of Checkers Museum, Harold Bell Wright Shepherd of the Hills Museum, and the World's Largest Toy Museum.

There are more than 900 Barbies, dollhouses, farm toys, trains, mechanical banks, Pez dispensers, Coca-Cola items, and Disney toys. You will also enjoy seeing the Star Wars and Star Trek items, military toys, G.I. Joe action figures, Hot Wheels, Matchbox cars, the Roy Rogers western collection, a Boyds Bear village, 510 toy sewing machines and so much more!

As a bonus, the Roark Valley Modular Railroad's clubhouse is located inside the complex and the members enjoy visiting with tourists about their running trains. The museum complex houses several vehicles including a 1959 Rolls Royce, a 1948 Simplex Motorcycle, a Bugatti, a 1972 Volkswagen, a 1927 Cadillac, and a Cushman Motor Scooter. Enjoy looking inside the vintage steam locomotive and seeing the antique-powered shovel located in the parking lot.

Everyone from ages 1 to 100 will want to experience this one-of-a-kind museum complex where your family can sit down to a game of checkers, create a building with Lincoln Logs, or step inside the photo boxes to become a superhero or the newest Barbie.

The museum complex is open Monday through Saturday, January through February from 10 AM - 5 PM (weather permitting) and March through December from 10 AM - 6 PM. Closed on Sundays and Christmas day.

World's Largest Toy Museum Reviews

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Joe Hess
Highland, IL
12 Reviews
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"Awsome museum"
June 2024 NEW
Fully packed museum with toys and other memorabilia. Brings you back to to yesteryears!!!! Highly recommend!!!
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Tip: Clean, a-lot to see.

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Kirstin R.
Belvidere , IL
2 Reviews
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"A great place for history"
September 2023
I was pleasantly surprised with the size of the museum. I thought it was so interesting to see things from before my time and things from my own childhood. It was an enjoyable experience for all ages.
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Patrick S.
Oklahoma City, OK
2 Reviews
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"...But Wait, There's More!"
September 2023
This was our first visit here and we were overwhelmed by the huge amount of toys, artifacts and other surprises in this place! I was thinking it would just take us about three hours to go through the museum. However, we spent most of the operating hours of the museum there! Aside from the trains in the basement area, we did not know this place had an additional area around the back with a LOT more items! This place brought back many memories from my childhood! It was well worth our time and it's not just for children! A definite gem in Branson!
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Tip: At the time of our visit, one of the coupon books offered at one of the visitor centers had a discount coupon to this museum.

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Carl Thompson
1 Review
"Terrific Museum w/wonderful exhibits"
July 2021
We went to this Museum over the 4th of July weekend. Boy do the items and toys on display bring back memories! We loved the Harold Bell Wright display w/books he has written and informative notes. We also really liked the Model Train
Museum and Display in the basement, boy that brought back great Memories; the nice guides are also very helpful. Then we saw the Teddy bear display which is amazing!
Great value w/ lots and Lots to see!
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Tip: Trains, toys, Teddy Bears!

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Jaclyn Abraham
Rosendale, MO
4 Reviews
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"World's best"
June 2019
Excellent place to visit for toy lovers!!! It really takes you back in time. I highly recommend spending some time here!!!
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Tip: There are 2 buildings, and they are huge! You can easily spend 2 or more hours here.

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Williamsburg, KS
6 Reviews
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"Very Interesting"
April 2019
So much to see and very interesting!
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Jennie Moore
Centerville , IA
4 Reviews
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June 2018
Loved it!
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Rui Zhai
Norman, OK
1 Review
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"Very good holiday destination"
February 2018
We had wonderful time in Branson, for my family.
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Frequently Asked Questions about World's Largest Toy Museum

Where is the museum located?

The World's Largest Toy Museum Complex is located at 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.

What can I find inside?

The complex has a total of 6 museum in all, including the: World’s Largest Toy Museum, National BB Gun Museum, Harold Bell Wright Museum, World of Checkers Museum, Stearnsy Bear Museum and the Paul Harvey Jr. Museum. There are over 26,000-square-feet of toys, antiques and memorabilia from the 1800’s to present housed in 2 buildings with 2 gift shops, interactive displays inside and out, and many collections including the Roy Rogers Western Collection, Barbie Doll Collection, Presidential Collection and G.I. Joe Collection just to name a few.

How long does it take to tour the World's Largest Toy Museum Complex?

The World’s Largest Toy Museum Complex is self-guided, allowing you to walk through at your leisure. Plan to spend between 1.5 to 2 hours.

Can I leave and come back the same day?

Yes, the museum's wristbands are valid for the entire day, allowing you to come and go at your leisure.

Can I take pictures?

Yes, both photos and videos to record your visit are encouraged.

Is the museum wheelchair accessible?

Yes, however, they have two small rooms that are accessible by stairs only.

Does the museum have a gift shop?

They have two gift shops on the premises. You will enter and exit the World’s Largest Toy Museum Complex through the gift shops. They also have the Dusty Barn Finds vintage and antique store located in the lower level of the Memory Barn.

Where can I park?

They have their own parking lot, and parking is free for museum visitors.