There’s a lot going on in Pauls Valley on Saturday, September 24. Along with the Oklahoma Heritage Festival, sponsored by Main Street Pauls Valley, and the Pauls Valley Police Department Car Show, the Toy & Action Figure Museum will be opening a new exhibit featuring the toy versions of famous Hollywood Autos.

 

Hollywood designers have been working for years to come up with strange and unique cars for their films and some have become instantly recognizable. The Delorean from ‘Back to the Future,’ the Deathmobile from National Lampoon’s ‘Animal House’ and, of course the 1966 Batmobile from the campy ‘60’s TV series, are just a few of the unique automobiles that will be on display in this special exhibit devoted to the toy versions of these famous cars.

 

The exhibit will only run for four weeks and ends October 21, so stop by the Toy & Action Figure Museum and check it out!

 

Also, while you’re there sign your kid up for Rivet’s Fan Club. Rivet is our Super Action Figure Mascot and he has a new Fan Club for kids (and adults, too!) You can get lots of cool stuff when you join! Find out more when you come by the museum or check out our website at actionfiguremuseum.com.

 

The museum is open Monday – Saturday 10 – 5, and Sunday 1 – 5.

Admission is $6 per person plus tax with group rates, senior and military discounts available. Please call 405 238-6300 or email lisa@actionfiguremuseum.com.