Anchorage to haul in toys over festive period
December 4, 2013 by Max
The Wonderland of Toys is a welcomed holiday tradition and transforms the Anchorage Museum’s atrium into a sparkling display of toys for family members of all ages to come out and enjoy. This may have been promoted to people in Anchorage and the surrounding area using poster printing, as well as digital flyer and colored brochure printing.
Many Alaskan families enjoy this special display each year and make the trip to see it. Some of the toys in it date back to the early 1800s, and all are displayed against a twinkling background of colorful Christmas lights. In this exhibit, guests will find decorative carousel horses, toy soldiers from the World War I period, a large evergreen tree decorated with internationally-themed dolls, and an early 1900’s Schoenhut Humpty Dumpty Circus that was lovingly made of wood and has been hand-painted.
The admission is $15 per adult, $10 per senior, student, or military member, $7 per child aged 3 to 12, and children under the age of two can attend free. The Wonderland of Toys get under on Tuesday, December 3rd and will run until January 12 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm at the Anchorage Museum located at 625 C Street in Anchorage, Alaska. To learn more about this display, please visit the museum’s website or give it a call at 907-929-9200.
For those who plan to arrive by car, there will be plenty of free parking opportunities in the lot at the museum.