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Sybarite: Awesome. Star Wars dominated my birthday and Christmas wish lists for several years, and I didn't know one boy my age who didn't have at least some Star Wars toys.
thisiszombocom: In mint condition?
lordargent: dominoes are not a toy, they're serious business
eagles95: All this is going to do is make me kick myself for not keeping my Boba Fett with actual shooting missile.
Psycat: OMG, I had a gig there recently--whoo, hoo! What's even more bizarrely coincidental is that my chain-reaction gadget I created is kinda-sorta related to dominoes. Good to see them incorporated into the Hall of Fame--they actually have a display with Lionel trains that tries to incorporate every Hall of Fame toy in the design from Tinkertoys to Play-Doh.The Toy Hall of Fame is part of the National Toy Museum / Strong Museum in Rochester, New York and is well worth the visit. They have an awesome collection of vintage arcade video games in mint condition and I went bonkers playing old classics like Dig Dug and Food Fight. They have a huge assortment of other games from dollhouses of the 1800s to Star Wars action figures. The first floor of the museum has one of the largest children's museums in the country. They also have an awesome indoor butterfly garden on top of that. And if you're in Rochester, definitely be sure to check out the George Eastman House, especially if you're a fan of old movie equipment...
THX 1138: thisiszombocom: In mint condition?Still in unopened packages, even![25.media.tumblr.com image 500x384]
almostsane: You actually succeeded in making me a little homesick for my hometown......and you forgot to mention the Rochester Museum and Science Center: also a wonderful place to spend the day!