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                Marx Toy Museum, Inc is now a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Your contribution will support the mission of the Marx Toy Museum.  Learn more... 

                HOURS OF OPERATION

                On June 30th, 2016
                the Marx Museum
                Closed Permanently
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                The History of Marx Toy Museum

                In 1998, the dream of toy collector, Francis Turner, to create a museum dedicated to Marx toys took its first step with the purchase of a 1950's grocery store building in Moundsville, West Virginia.  For the next two years, Francis Turner and his family remodeled this old building into a museum dedicated to Marx toys.

                In 2001, The Official Marx Toy Museum of Glen Dale, West Virginia opened its doors to the public.  At that time, the museum was owned and operated by Francis Turner and displayed a portion of his personal collection.  For over 10 years, the museum shared the history, beauty, and quality of Marx toys with its visitors - including toy collectors, former factory workers, and generations of now grown-up children who wanted to relive childhood memories.

                In 2010, Francis Turner and his family received the encourage and support to finally develop the museum into a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.  For nearly 14 months, Francis Turner and the newly established MTM Board of Directors developed the Marx Toy Museum organization.  In June 2011, the Marx Toy Museum was approved as a non-proft 501(c)(3) organization.

                In July 2011, the Marx Toy Museum took over operation of The Official Marx Toy Museum of Glen Dale, West Virginia and will assume the mission and ongoing operation of the museum.  As a public charity, the Marx Toy Museum exists under the direction of a board of directors and the support of the local, nostalgic, and collectors community who recognize the importance of preserving the history of Marx.

                The Marx Toy Museum is working to insure the history of Louis Marx the man, the Marx company and factories, and the iconic Marx toys will be preserved and shared with th public for future generations.

                For over FIFTEEN years, the Marx Toy Museum has stood in tribute to one of the PREMIER TOY MANUFACTURERS of the 20th century – a vibrant memorial to the life’s work of Louis and David Marx.

                While interest in the colorful, and iconic Marx toy brand remains very high, and the museum receives daily visitors from all over the country, the unfortunate reality is that guest admissions and annual memberships have not achieved the levels necessary to provide sustainable operations at the current facility.

                After years of dedicated service to the local community, and vintage toy collecting aficionados everywhere, the Marx Toy Museum’s physical location, in Moundsville, West Virginia, will close its doors permanently, on June 30th, 2016.

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