Sat Jan 7th

National Bobblehead Day

Each year on January 7th, National Bobblehead Day is recognized as a day of observance for all spring-connected head bobbing figurines.

Bobbleheads have delighted and amusing followers and collectors for more than 100 years. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, as well as in a variety of colors and sizes. Bobbleheads honor legendary teams, films, and cartoon characters. They are either one of our most popular celebrities or enthralling television and film characters.

earliest bobbleheads, also known as bobbers or nodders, were manufactured in Germany. They took root in the United States pop culture in the 1950s and 1960s. Bobbleheads were resurged in the late 1990s, when professional sports teams began using them as promotional products. Bobbleheads continue to amuse and captivate us today, as toys and collectibles become more popular and captivate us.

How to celebrate #nationalbobbleheadday

National Bobblehead Day is the perfect opportunity to explore the world of bobbleheads.

  • You can post your favorite bobblehead or buy a new one!
  • Give someone you know the gift of a bobblehead
  • Learn more about bobblehead history
  • Visit the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum

To post on social media, use the hashtag #NationalBobbleheadDay.

Do you want to know more about bobbleheads? Read the Celebration Spotlight in which we interview Phil Sklar, co-founder and CEO of the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum.

History of national bobblehead day has influenced national bobblehead day

In December 2014, the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum held National Bobblehead Day. The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum was also announced on November 18, 2014. The museum opened in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 2016, and houses the world's most extensive collection of bobbleheads. The museum houses a hall of fame dedicated to the discovery and making of bobbleheads.

Bobblehead FAQ

Is bobbleheads only sports figures and mascots? Q. Is bobbleheads limited to sports figures and mascots?

A. No. A. No. A. No. Today, bobbleheads represent pop culture, politics, sports, and history. In addition, custom bobbleheads can be made in your own image.

Is a bobblehead the same as a wobbler?

A. Yes. Yes. The bobblehead goes by a variety of names, including wobbler and nodder.

Is bobbleheads do anything else than...bobble?

A. Yes. Yes. Prerecorded messages are among them. To find out what the bobblehead has to say, press the button.

Q. Is bobbleheads collectible?

A. Yes. Yes. Some bobbleheads can be very collectible. Their value can be determined by the subject, quality, fame, and how many were produced.

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