Eureka Springs, Arkansas: Frog Fantasies - Museum of Fake Frogs (Gone)

Claimed to be the world's largest collection of fake frogs -- over 7,000 and counting.
Downtown. From Main St./Hwy 23 turn west onto Center St., drive until it ends, turn left onto German Alley and drive just up the hill. Museum on right, on corner of German Alley and Spring St.

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Frog Fantasies - Museum of Fake Frogs

This store is closed, and other stores nearby said it has been closed for several years now.

[l, 10/11/2015]
Frog Fantasies

Frog Fantasies & Gift Shop at 151 Spring Street has over 6000 frog items in its museum. The owner is an 82 year old man who, along with his wife, has been collecting frog items for over 50 years. We visited the gift shop on July 5, 1999 and were surprised at only having to donate $1.00 to tour the museum. The gentleman is quite witty. They sell frog collectibles to Robert Goulet, who has over 3000 in his collection.

[Mark Fraser, 09/09/1999]

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