Museum of Yo-Yo History

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Museum of Yo-Yo History


Originally patented in November 1866 as the "whirligig," the yo-yo is a toy with a lot of history and a huge following. At the Museum of Yo-Yo History, you can become a curator and help contribute to a growing collection of high quality images. Join other yo-yo fans on a message board, explore yo-yo patents, and learn about the people—the inventors, toy companies, yo-yo professionals, and others—who are a part of this toy's history.

Museum of Yo-Yo History

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• High School Middle School Elementary School

Susan Allen

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