Branson, Missouri's Best Museums for the Family
World's Largest Toy Museum
This most unique museum is located right on the strip in the heart of Branson, Missouri, just down the street from other fun places like the Baldknobbers Jamboree, Andy Williams, and #1 Hits of the 60's.
This museum has all the toys you remember from your childhood; trains, carriages, toy soldiers, lunch boxes, cast iron and tin wind-ups, pedal cars, they have everything! Some of their toys date back to as far as the 1800's, and some are as recent as last year.
Guests can wander through the museum on their own, or the owners Tom and Wendy will show you around.
Hollywood Wax Museum
Located on Highway 76 Country Music Boulevard, you can't miss this one hour stroll down memory lane. The entrance to the museum is a replica of Mount Rushmore, with the presidential faces being replaced with people famous from Hollywood, and inside are all the old friends you new so well from TV, movies, music, and sports.
There are more than 170 wax figures for you to enjoy, and you'll be doing a double take on each one to check for reality. There's more to do at the museum when you're done looking at the figures, there's vintage video footage of some of your favorite stars, interesting trivia, and a Hooray for Hollywood Theater.
Roy Rogers - Dale Evans Museum
This museum is a newer addition to Branson, it moved from Victorville, California to Branson, Missouri, right off 76 Music Highway. This museum isn't a very typical one, there are personal items on display, and even Trigger is there. He's one of the most popular exhibits, and he's mounted just like people remember him - rearing up on his hind legs.
You'll discover family photos, the old car they drove out of Ohio to the American dream of California, costumes, saddles, fan mail, and so much more. So, come and remember the good ol' days of yesteryear with Roy and Dale.