“largest collection of Marbles in the world”
Collectors are sure to have a colorful experience viewing the thousands of marbles on display. We have the largest collection of collectible marbles in the world. Some of the items you will find are: Handmade, machine made, carpet balls, sulphide, Lutz's, European swirls, onionskins, agates, marble-related games and toys, paperweights, the rare and exotic...and more! Dozens of tall showcase displays with identification labels. We are open 7 days a week from 10am-6pm. Casual tours available.
Great place to stop if you have a marble collector. My 8 year old was in marble heaven! We liked it so much, we stopped by again on our trip back. It's a quirky little shop, not a "real museum," but my kids didn't care!
Neat place for those that are marble fans. This place has all things relating to marbles in different kinds. I thought that marbles were marbles. Apparently there's more too it than meets the eye. It also has other cool antiques and "stuff" that you maybe looking for.
Neat place. In addition to the massive amount of marbles, there are 4 buildings of all kinds of antiques to meander through.
This is a antique shop with a ridiculous amount of marbles. My 6-year-old was quick to point out that it was a store and not a museum. But all of the marbles were really cool to look at, and we even ended up with a few of them.
My Husband and I had a very enjoyable conversation with Mr. Lee. He showed us some very cool marbles. So glad we stopped !!!!
Lots of beautiful marbles and friendly knowledgeable staff. Each of my three kids was given a free bag of marbles and we bought a bunch more. My kids didn't even know that marbles was a game before this stop! But the museum is basically a junky antique shop with lots of cool marbles. A good place to break up the drive if you need to stop but not a must.
Great place to stop, lots of coins to, they are very knowledgeable.
What a cute little museum! We have 4 kids ranging from 5-10 years of age. They loved it! Friendly environment and worth the 10 minute stop to stretch your legs.
We were expecting a mini museum of marbles and to learn a little bit about how they are made either by a staff person, video, or pamphlet. The best way to describe this place is an antique shop with an abundance of marbles. But instead we walk in and the place is not even staffed. I was expecting a whole lot more and this was just disappointing. We let our kids pick out a couple of inexpensive marbles and left cash on the counter. I would not recommend making a special stop to check this place out unless are are a big marble enthusiast.
Lots of marbles. Very nice people. Lots of other "junk" also. Worth the stop if you like marbles.
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Lee's Legendary Marbles
- Sun - Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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