A Nostalgic Museum Showcasing Morning Cartoon Culture For Children Of The ’80s And ’90s!

The children of the ’80s and ’90s would remember how exciting it was to wait a whole week for Saturday morning to watch our favorite cartoons. However, many of us might have forgotten our beloved cartoon shows and characters.

But don’t you worry, as Fifty-Two 80’s is here to take you on a nostalgic ride down the memory lane; to some of your most favorite cartoon characters and shows. The entire shop is a museum of pop culture containing toys, colors, and memorabilia.

Children of the ’80s and ’90s will surely witness some of their favorite toys, cartoon characters, and cartoon-related accessories. The store contains Smurfs, Vintage Pepsi cans, Care Bears, Pac-Man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Hulk Hogan, Atari, Beetlejuice, and nostalgia in excess.

Moreover, you will also find boxes of trading cards for cabbage patch kids, Garbage Pail Kids, New Kids On The Block, and probably a few other varieties of kids. It is believed that the store has about 4500 items packed with nostalgic vibes and emotional sentiments of all the children of the ’80s and ’90s.

There are a few more items on offer, including pinball machines, action figures, stuffed toys, shot glasses, and cardboard cutouts are some more of the 4500 items available at the store.

So what are you waiting for, especially the kids of the ’80s and ’90s? This is undoubtedly your childhood dream! Go and fulfill your dream and experience the nostalgic heyday of Saturday morning cartoons.

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