The Strong launches Beyond The Oregon Trail: Six PC Franchises that Helped Us Learn online exhibit in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture.
The Strong receives prototypes from the late Ralph Baer, creator of the first home video game system.
The Strong launches Ten Iconic Balls that Made Play Shake, Bounce, and Roll online exhibit in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture.
The Strong launches an online exhibit, Five Board Games that Changed Play, in partnership with Google Arts & Culture.
The Strong’s World Video Game Hall of Fame names the 12 finalists for 2020.
USA Today 10Best names The Strong a top 10 children's museum in North America in its Readers' Choice Awards.
Barbie fashion designer and author Carol Spencer visits The Strong’s world-class collection of dolls and toys.
The Strong's scholar-in-residence and Rochester Institute of Technology professor Stephen Jacobs (left) visits Stern Pinball in Chicago. (RIT offers a pinball history and design class in partnership with The Strong.)
The Strong publishes Play: A Basic Pathway to the Self by noted play scholar Thomas Henricks, professor emeritus at Elon University.
Museum trustee and long-time supporter Mary Valentine pledges a gift of $1 million to Powered by Play: A Campaign for The Strong.
The Louis S. and Molly B. Wolk Foundation pledge $500,000 to Powered by Play: A Campaign for The Strong and will name the admission area in The Strong's expansion.
The Strong launches Making Monopoly online exhibit in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture.