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Oz Museum

Oz Museum
Explore one of the largest privately owned collections of Oz
memorabilia at the Oz Museum in downtown Wamego.

Home to one of the largest collections of privately-owned Oz memorabilia in the world, the OZ Museum is a bright, colorful stop on Wamego’s main street.  Fans will start their journey in the sepia-toned Auntie Em’s Gift Shop, pass through the screen door and into the Technicolor world of Oz.  The Yellow Brick Road continues past displays that feature L. Frank Baum, the Munchkins, Dorothy, Tin Man, Scarecrow, the Wicked Witch, Flying Monkey, Winkie Guard, Glinda the Good Witch, the Wizard, the 1950s, and MGM. Artifacts date from 1900 to present day.  The museum also houses memorabilia from the famous 1939 MGM musical starring Judy Garland. It encompasses earlier silent films, one of which starred none other than Oliver Hardy (Laurel and Hardy fame) as the Tin Man, as well as items from the Broadway musical “Wicked.” The OZ Museum offers everything imaginable from the earliest Baum books and Oz Parker Brothers board games to today’s collectibles.

Hours

Mon-Sat 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sun: Noon – 5 p.m.

Call for Holiday Hours


Contact

OZ Museum
511 Lincoln Ave (downtown)
Wamego, Kansas 66547

(785) 458-8686

www.OzMuseum.com

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Did You Know?

The pond in the Wamego City Park is shaped like a whale and once served as the public “swimming pool.” The island is actually the eye of the whale and the dirt excavated to create the lake was used for the hill where the historic Schonhoff Dutch Mill now stands.