The Yo-Yo Museum

Roy Rogers collectable yo-yo box
I'm sure there's some yo-yo enthusiasts out there and if so, this unique website, The Museum of Yo Yo History is sure to please. The popularity of the yo yo has gone  up and down over the decades (pardon the pun), but it's still a classic, enduring little toy.

Although it's still a work in progress, the museum, run by boasts "the most comprehensive archive of yo-yo images, historical memorabilia, and information in the world", that's sure to whet the appetite.

An early yo-yo fan (called a bandalore then), from a French fashion journal, 1791
The user can browse an archive of yo-yo  images by manufacturer, model or category and there's a forum and some historical information.

The sites mission statement is to to "archive and preserve as much yo-yo history as possible" and with a little help from yo-yo fans contibuting their images, stories and memories,  they hope to be the number one site for yo-yo collectors:

The Museum of Yo-Yo History