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I'm a lover of antiques with a particular affinity for old toys so you can imagine the delight at finding the Kidd Toy Museum. It did not disappoint...what a collection! We spent about 1.5 hours there (Although I typically take my time in museums so...More
Definitely worth the visit. The location is a bit difficult to find and parking was a challenge but well worth it once inside. The collection of tin toys is great, although some of them may be considered racist by today's standards, they show a part...More
This museum is free but accepts donations. It claims to have the largest collection of mechanical banks. It can be tough to view some of the segregation apparent in some of the banks. Otherwise a wonderful collection that is made available to the public. Don't...More
This private collection in a windowless office building holds one man's dogged obsession with toys and coin banks and locks. You heard, locks. This place veers from awesome to creepy all the way back to awesome. A must see. Since there are no windows, you'll...More
This is part of a private collection, well displayed. Very little interpretive signage. Good variety, but strongest in transportation. Also a lot of non-toy railroad artifacts such as dinnerware and locks. Great collection of mechanical banks. A worthwhile representation of racist toys of the past;...More
This museum is a real hidden gem, a very nice couple own and run it and there are so many old toys crammed in you have to walk around several times to take it all in. I especially liked the huge collection of old money...More
This an excellent collection of toys as they were for past generations and the best display of mechanical banks we have seen. They also have the most elegant peddle car a kid of those days could imagine. Sure, some items are degrading to blacks, but...More
If you live in portland go see this. But you dont need to take your small children. Its Kidd's museum not a "Kid's" museum.
And you need not worry, dear politically correct friend. Nothing is politically incorrect about the toys here since our current social...More
While some of the toys were a lot of fun to check out. MANY of them were incredibly racist, yes i realize in that time period it was perfectly acceptable but it really seamed like a theme running through the place. of all the mechanical...More