Wednesday, November 26, 2014

10 Gifts for Him from our Museum Store

This season, shop local and support a nonprofit by purchasing gifts from our Museum Store. Need some suggestions? Here are ten ideas, find more on our #ShopSmall Pinterest Board. 

Pick up a themed chess set and chessboard, featuring the Civil War, the crusades, the US Army and Navy, and more. Sets start at $120, but pieces can be purchased separately.


Mustache Watch, $22.


A unique sword, variety available. These are a hit with men of all ages! Prices start at just $35.99.


Painted skull, themed, $30.


Dinotopia, $30. James Gurney creates a world where a race of mystical humans co-exists in harmony with intelligent dinosuars. Dinotopia presents a shipwrecked visitor's glimpse into an imagined social order, a culture, and even a cooperative interspecies technology that will satisfy lovers of fantasy and science fiction of all persuasions.


Plague Doctor Mask, $15. A plague doctor was a special medical physician of the Middle Ages who saw those who had the bubonic plague. Many used masks like this to filter what they believed to be bad, infected air.


America's World War II Monopoly, $39.99.


John Wayne horseshoe ornament, $8.


Themed puzzle, starting at just $5.


Museum Membership. These can be purchased in advance or as a gift certificate. Purchase over Thanksgiving Weekend and receive a free gift bag and Museum of World Treasures coffee mug.
The Museum will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. From Friday, Nov. 28 to Sunday, Nov. 30 shop in our Museum Store and receive:
  • 25% off all toys and Museum of World Treasures branded items
  • a free Museum of World Treasures gift bag with any purchase over $25
  • A Museum of World Treasures gift bag and coffee mug with any membership purchase, including gift certificates
Need more ideas? The Museum is open Monday through Friday (except Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, and the last Saturday in July), 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., and Sunday, noon - 5 p.m. Visit or call us at 316.263.1311. Learn more about the Museum of World Treasures on our website. 

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