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If you haven’t visited our Malcolm Forbes Exhibit then it isn’t too late. Our Forbes Exhibit of ships will be closing on October 21st so be sure to come see us if you haven’t checked out our collection of boat and ship models. These nine ship models come straight from Forbes personal collection making this an exhibit you simply do not want to miss! The largest ship is the British twin screw passenger liner, Rangitiki. This massive model ship is the obvious focal point of the exhibit and for good reason. The intricate details on the ship do not go unnoticed. There are specific areas that show chipped paint to represent actual chipped paint on the real ship. The other ship models in the collection also have an interesting story behind them as well so don’t miss out on this amazing exhibit at DFW Elite Toy Museum.
We want as many people as possible to visit our Malcolm Forbes Exhibit before it closes on October 21st. Come give us a visit on a self guided tour at no charge at DFW Elite Toy Museum. Inside the protective case is the oldest piece in the gallery. The Marklin Columbia Gunboat uses extremely precise proportions stretching to 34 1/4 inches long. It features 12 cannons as well as a slot based, clock face-style helm that is located right above the rudder. The Forbes Exhibit won’t be around forever so be sure to visit us before it’s gone so you can see some truly unique and rare boat models.
DFW Elite Toy Museum houses more than just boat and ship models. We have several rare toys and antique toy race cars in our collection of toys. Any car fan or toy fan will greatly enjoy and appreciate the collection of over 1000 pieces at our toy museum. Check out any other car museums around DFW and we are confident that their collection will not compare to ours. We have several unique and rare toy cars in our collection and they each have a story of where they came from and how much they are worth. Visit us at DFW Elite Toy Museum for a unique experience and one of DFW’s hidden gems!