In February of this year, a super cool attraction called the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum opened in Milwaukee. Since the opening, people have flooded to see the largest bobblehead collection in the world on display right in front of them! If this is not news to you, we have a fact that you might not already know. Our very own David Hobbs is featured in the museum! That’s right, you can see his bobblehead on display when you go to the museum. You might just learn a fact or two about him that you never knew.
David Hobbs is more than just the man in charge of David Hobbs Honda, he is also an international celebrity in the racing world, both as a racecar driver and as a race commentator. On top of his racing career, he’s also dabbled in acting and was featured in several Hollywood films and documentaries.
When you head out to the museum, get ready to see Hobbs’ bobblehead, which features the character he played in the Disney Pixar film Cars II. Remember the character David Hobbscap? Yep, that was Hobbs! Before you head out to see it in real life, give the movie a watch!
Get a sneak peek at the bobblehead, and other merchandise, right here! You certainly won’t regret seeing all the museum as to offer, especially the Hobbs bobblehead we are so excited about!
See the Collection
When you get to the museum, after checking out the Hobbs tribute. the first thing you will want to do is browse the whole collection. It seems like there are almost countless bobbleheads here, and they fit into just about every category. If you are looking for a specific figure in bobblehead form, there’s a good chance that you’ll find it here. Make sure you take your time when you are walking through the collection, as you’ll want to take the chance to see them all.
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Wondering when you should go? This museum is open all week long, so you can feel free to go whenever it’s most convenient for you. On Monday through Friday, it’s open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Would you rather go on the weekend instead? In that case, you should know that it still opens at 10 a.m. but closes an hour earlier at 5 p.m.