The Toy & Action Figure Museum
One of Time Magazine's "Top 50 Most Authentic American Experiences," the Toy & Action Figure Museum will both educate and excite visitors of all ages. The museum features over 13,000 classic pop culture figures on display and an interactive area for hands-on experience. From concept through manufacturing, the museum has exhibits on the creation of action figures from the first articulated toys of the late 1950s to today's current favorites. Visitors get a behind-the-scenes look at how these toys are made, and each year a deserving toy line is inducted into the Hall of Fame.
The Toy & Action Figure Museum is also home to the Oklahoma Cartoonists Collection, featuring the many published artists and writers in the comics field from Oklahoma, such as Chester Gould of Dick Tracy fame, and Jack and Carole Bender, who currently work on Alley Oop.
There is something for everyone at this museum. Seniors and historians enjoy the heartfelt tribute to World War II veterans, an exhibit filled with 12-inch G.I. Joes in life-like representations of various campaigns. Everyone is wowed by the "Collector's Bedroom," where literally thousands of action figures fill every inch and are said to come alive each night.
Adults (55 & older), those with valid military ID and groups over 10 people: $4 plus tax. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.