|Last Updated: May 10, 2020|
Hello Collectors! One this page, you will find some links to web sites with information about
Fisher-Price toys. This page used to be bigger, but has shrunk considerably.
With social media taking over (Facebook groups, Instagram accounts), many Fisher-Price related websites have
have gone defunct and/or are no longer updated. Definitely social media (like Facebook) has
taken over as the place to make contact
with other collectors. But oh well, we have a few surviving links listed here!
Online Auction Sites
Ebay.com - Looking to buy
some toys? Or sell? There is no site bigger than Ebay, it is still #1. Even with all the fees and such,
Ebay still has the most traffic and activity among toy collectors. Ebay has a category for
Fisher-Price toys, located in "Toys & Hobbies", then in the "Pretend Play/Preschool"
Category. Some also can be found under Toys & Hobbies in the
"Vintage and Antique Toys" category. Have fun!
Facebook.com The club has a page
here at here. This site is mainly
used for informational purposes - when the club's next sale is, when the convention is, when
newsletters are mailed, stuff like that. For chatting with others about Fisher-Price toys,
check out the Facebook Groups page here! These groups are
open to everyone, not just club members.
Company and Museum Sites
Here is the site for the Fisher-Price toy company. Of course, the
site shows only the current toys being produced. Sadly it doesn't show
Toy Town Museum - Toytown was a museum located at the Fisher-Price campus in East Aurora NY. The museum
celebrated toys with rooms of displays of Fisher-Price toys going back to the 1930's, plus other vintage toys as well.
Sadly mainly due to finanical reasons, the museum closed in 2009. The museum talked of opening again in another
location, but it will never happen. Toytown Museum is well-known for making many replica
Fisher-Price toys for the Toyfest festival. The original Toytown Museum website is gone now; the link above
links to an archived version of their website (and no telling how reliable that link will be!).
Fisher-Price collectors will always miss that museum.
Toy Guides and Pages
WOW! This is a great site, and a very large one too! This site has been around
for years, and is well-known among collectors. If
you need to find info about a set, or a certain Fisher-Price
figure, check here! They have toys listed by set number and year.
Someone put an incredible amount of work into this website, which
helps preserve Fisher-Price information for years to come. This site is not just
Fisher-Price Little People, it's has just about ALL older Fisher-Price toys!
Plaid Stallions Blog -
Talk about retro! This site focuses on things primarily from the groovy 1970's, with a touch
of 80's too! Some Fisher-Price toy store displays can be found
Fun site to explore!
Retro Rescue -
This site has many photos of Fisher-Price Adventure People sets and figures. Totally retro!
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East Aurora Information /
Overview of Lines of Fisher-Price Toys /
History and Goals of the club /
Membership Information (Joining the club) /
Some member's Collection Photos /
Overview of Little People Toys /
Fisher-Price toy guide books /
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Member Memorials /
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