Toys will be toys. Visiting Kansas City’s National Miniature and Toy Museum

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This is Part Three The Toys. Yesterday we covered the dolls and Plush toys, and the day before that we the dollhouses and miniatures collection.  The collection of toys covers from the late nineteeth century through today.

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Care Bears
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
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Barrell of monkeys and the magic 8 ball
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Mighty Morphing Power rangers
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Team Rocket and Pikachu
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Pippi Longstocking, Cat in the Hat and a Jack in the Box.
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Mouse hat 1970s
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Ranch House 1960s
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Roy Rogers Show 1960
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Star trek Phasers and Ray Guns
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Rockem Sockem Robots 1960s
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Sci Fi Toys 1950s
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Board games 1960s
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robot 1950s
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Trigger play horse 1960s
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Simon 1970s
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Marbles 
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Nerf ball and Etch a Sketch 1960s

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California Raisins 1980s
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Smurfs 1980s
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He Man 1990s
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Troll Dolls 1960s

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Two pictures above View Masters 1950-1970s
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Board games from 1910s-1930s
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Mickey and Donald railroad set 1960s
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The Marx Mice were before Mickey but not as sucessful
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Lite Brite and Mystery date Board Game 1960s
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Strawberry Shortcake 1980s
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Star Wars Figurenes 1970s
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Little Orphan Annie wind up toy 1920s
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Wind up Toy 1890s
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Wind up Toys 1900s
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Popeye wind up toy 1920s
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Sesame Street Railroad 1970s
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Sega 1990s
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Bart Simpson Toy 1990s
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Sewing machine toys 1900s
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Noah’s Arc 1880’s
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Trigger Play horse 1950s
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Vegi Tales 2000s
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Really Cool Noah’s Arc 1960s

So, three days worth of toys and miniatures for just a 5 dollar admission. When coming to Kansas City definitely give this place a visit. It is located on the campus of University of Missouri at kansas City which has a beautiful campus, You’re walking distance to the Nelson Art Gallery (which we covered last month) and that museum is free, so you’ve got a whole day’s entertainment.

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