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We visited here about 5 years ago so we stopped again. It is really a cute little place. There is a lifesize Kermit so you can sit next to him and get a great photo. There are all kinds of memorabilia and the lady there...More
A small exhibit devoted to Jim Henson. It's said that he cam up with the idea for Kermit the Frog along the banks of the creek that's directly behind the exhibit. It is also a stop the Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area. It's a free...More
This small, volunteer run museum celebrates Jim Henson and Kermit. Jim spent the first 12 years of his life in Leland and they talk about the impact it had on him. The exhibits are mainly donations of Kermit (and Miss Piggy) related items...books, toys, figures,...More
This has a lot of info on Jim Henson and Kermit. It's set on Deer Creek and has a pretty view. The lady working there was knowledgeable and friendly. Takes about half an hour to read everything and watch the movie. Go to Cicero's to...More
Kids can learn about the birth of Kermit the Frog on the banks of Deer Creek. Although the museum is small, it has excellent exhibits and appeals to both young and young at heart. The souvenir selection is very good, and if you bring kids,...More
Anyone who has loved Kermit the Frog and the Muppet movies would enjoy a look into the life of Jim Henson and the influence his boyhood on the banks of Deer Creek in Leland had on his lifelong creativity and imagination. A large plush Kermit...More
It's Jim Henson and Kermit! The Muppet Show and other Henson creations were some of my favorites growing up. OI guess I feel like it should be more and a bit more important, but it is in tiny Leland, MS.
A small museum for all ages in Leland, Mississippi houses so many important memories of the great Jim Henson. The area is where he created the Kermit the Frog Muppet (originally a lizard), and the museum is kind of a tribute to this happening.
This collection of Henson puppets and memorabilia brought us back to a happy time. We loved seeing the evolution of the Muppets. It was fun to see the collection of photos and news clips about Henson and his creations. The museum had albums to look...More