We enjoy things that have been a part of our own personal history as a family and enjoy exploring elements of that history. My husband and both of our boys have grown up with BB guns and of course they were Daisys. (Because you're a daisy if you do. haha). It was fun to see how it has changed over... 更多
Took my grandson (7 years old) to the museum. We were both was facinated by the history and all the different types of air guns. It was well laid out and well worth the time. For the admission price I am sure we will be back for many more visits. The shop at the end was very reasonably priced.
I visited this museum after being disappointed in a previous museum I found NOT to be what I thought. I was very pleasantly surprised at the Daisy Museum. I am one who reads/listens to everything that is said. This one could be overwhelming for the topic, very detailed. But extremely interested. Not sure if this is too "guy oriented," since... 更多
If you every owned a Daisy, this museum is a must stop. It is worth every minute you are in it. The history of the company. Examples of all the products. A wonderful gift shop. Take the time, you won't regret it.
Decided to check out the Daisy Airgun museum. Did you that the first Daisy airgun was made in 1882? Lots of history here, and lots of memories. It was much better than I expected. Worth a visit for sure.
For $2 donation, paid after you have walked through, you get a complete history of the company. They have an audio wand used to hear more about each area. We bought our grandson his own Red Ryder rifle for Christmas in the little gift shop. Well worth an hour of your day, and the drive from Branson was lovely.
The Daisy Airgun Museum sits on a corner in downtown Rogers. When you see the display of Daisy BB guns and other products, you are transported back in time to your childhood. Old memories come to life as you stroll through the exhibits detailing the history of the company and the history of airgun use in America. Everything is well... 更多