Oklahoma is Home to One of the Biggest Toy and Action Figure Museums in the Country
It's a blast from the past! Did you know that Oklahoma is home to one of the biggest and best toy and action figure museums in the US? It's located in Pauls Valley, OK. and it's only a short hour and a half road trip away from Lawton, Fort Sill. This place is amazing and showcases an incredible collection of toys of all kinds.
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The Toy & Action Figure Museum in Pauls Valley, OK. will have you stepping back in time and reminiscing, thinking about all those great toys and action figures you played with as a kid. This place will definitely bring back memories for sure. The museum has vintage to modern items on display so no matter when you grew up you'll see something familiar from your childhood. It looks like an amazing and fun place that's for sure.
Hit play on the video below to learn more about Oklahoma's toy & action figure museum
Recently YouTube channel Abnormal Voyages made the trip to Pauls Valley, OK. to the Toy & Action Figure Museum. Hit play on the video above for a quick walk-through and sneak peek of what you can expect. They have everything from classic vintage toys to Star Wars, G.I. Joe, and more. They also have displays and artifacts from famous Oklahoma cartoonists, including Chester Gould who created Dick Tracy.
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I'm hoping to make it to the museum sometime this holiday season, I've never been before. They'll switch to their fall/winter hours after Labor Day weekend. The museum will be open Friday and Saturday from 10:00 am until 4:30 pm and from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm on Sundays. It's just $7.00 for adults, kids 12 and under are $5.00, and children 2 and under are free. Visit the official website for details or check them out on Facebook.
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