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All reviews small museum jim henson lady running great stop museum is free small gift store life size young at heart donations are accepted his life nice place to visit take photos all ages sesame street frog muppets birthplace
We loved our visit to the museum. It's pretty small, but is definitely a hidden gem. Be sure to check the hours and plan accordingly so as not to be disappointed.
The area is surrounded by trees and a large stream. When we got out...More
Cute little place filled with Kermit memorabilia and a history of Jim Henson. It won’t take long to see it all but if you are in the area you might as well stop! Little gift shop where you can buy Kermit stuffies! The lady that...More
Okay, it's noted as an exhibit and although there's a few original muppet artifacts there's not much here other than some muppet merchandise. That said the lady in charge was lovely and very knowledgable but we came away thinking that we'd driven 20miles off the...More
If you love Kermit the frog this is where he was born...don't miss it and quick little stop to break up your travels and if you are on a motorcycle they will let you put the big Kermit on your bike with you.
My wife has long been a fan of Jim Henson/Kermit/Muppets. This is a small place on the bank of Deer Creek. It has lots of information about Jim Henson's boyhood in Leland, MS and his career with The Muppets and television and the movies. There...More
Amazing stop, a little off my route but definitely worth it. I remember playing with alot of the toys they have in the memory room. Emily is amazing and was great to talk to. Had to grab a Kermit doll and make him the mascot...More
Nice place to visit if you had kids that watched Sesame Street. It's a small museum right of Hwy 82.Don't go by GPS ,it will take you down the wrong street as we found out. The museum is free and has a gift shop. You...More