Kora's Corner Presents

The Rubber Duck Museum

The FIRST and ONLY Historical Rubber Duck Museum


Located at
Long Koras Corner Logo-1 in beautiful Point Roberts, Washington

 

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About The Rubber Duck Museum

The World’s FIRST and ONLY Historical Rubber Duck Museum

Presented by and located at Kora’s Corner, The Rubber Duck Museum features 30 rare historical rubber duck artifacts ranging from the early 1900s to today. This unique exhibit takes visitors on a captivating journey through the history and evolution of the beloved rubber duck bath toy.

With over 2000 ducks for sale, our collection includes a variety of sizes from standard to large, featuring popular name brands like Celebriducks and Wild Republic. Truly, there’s a duck for everyone!

Admission is free. Check out our collection of rubber ducks through the decades, from our oldest duck dating back to 1911, to screen-used Ernie Rubber Ducks from Sesame Workshop, and an original molding from the first mass-produced Donald Duck toy by Disney in the 1930s, among many other fascinating items.

Come and discover the rich history of this iconic toy at The Rubber Duck Museum!

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