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Nuremberg has been a city of toys since the Middle Ages. With an abundance of extraordinary exhibits from antiquity to the present, Nuremberg's world famous Toy Museum presents the "world in miniature" in 1,400 square meters of space, featuring...more
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Karlstrasse 13-15, 90403 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
All reviews doll houses top floor three floors train set all ages wonderful collection model train stuffed animals teddy bears behind glass children and adults audio guide big collection on display third floor few hours middle ages
An enchanting place either with or without children.
So many lovley old toys and also an audio commentary which is not actually needed as the toys speak to you them-selves, but it is useful for extra detail. The museum is spread over 3 floors of...More
A nice little museum depicting the long history of toy manufacturing in Nuremberg.
The museum is organized on 4 floors and showcases a wide variety of tin toys, dolls and trains. I found the top floor most interesting and was fascinated by some of the...More
I would have visited the Spielzeug museum in any case, but it was raining, and it's a great way to spend your time. Just off a square in the old town, the inside of the building is really warm and welcoming. It is such a...More
It was really interesting and different from any other museum I saw. It give you an overview of the history of toys...from before wars to nowdays. The price is low for atudents (1,50) and you can ask for an audioguide for 1 euro. I really...More
Although this is billed as an attraction for children and there is lots for them to see and do, I can’t help feeling it’s more for nostalgic adults! Wonderful array of toys from different eras. Mainly german but not just.
This is only a place for adults interested in walking past many cases and exhibitions of old German toys. Not much information on what you are seeing. We got bored pretty quickly and a child would not find this fun at all. Take the kids...More