The small town is home to the Toy and Action Figure Museum, which boasts a collection of more than 11,000 kids toys, including a life-sized Yoda and an entire back room dedicated to Batman affectionately called the back cave.
The museum even has a room filled with superhero costumes and toys that kids and adults are encouraged to wear and play with, which even museum manager Josh Kraft takes advantage of.
He admits, When its not busy, sometimes a superhero comes out and walks around the museum. Its very hard for me to resist putting one of the costumes on.
Kraft says that when people walk in, they are blown away by the museum and often call it the coolest place in the world.
Part of what makes the museum so cool, according to Kraft, is the fact that they dont torture their guests by not allowing them to touch or play with anything.
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