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All reviews trip down memory lane model train video games toy museum train set star wars childhood memories game systems huge display great spot very cool place action figures suggested donation wander around definite stop behind glass quechee gorge
We had fun reminiscing about all the toys we had as kids. The collection far exceeded any other I had seen. Everywhere you looked had details to look at. There is a little of everything from old to new. Mostly exhibits are behind glass but...More
A neat little place to stop in and relive your youth. We visited with two generations of family members and had a great time reliving our youth by remembering which toys we played with. What a fun time had by all. What a collection of...More
We were surprised to find the museum at this complex that includes an antique cooperative, a diner, and the Cabot store. It is free and fun. There were toys from my youth and also from my 23 year-old son's childhood.It is free and you can...More
OMG drove to this area to see the beautiful Queechy gorge… Randomly decided to stop at the peddler village and randomly decided to go upstairs to visit the games and toy museum oh my gosh 2+ hours later I came downstairs to the store. That...More
Date of experience: November 2018
Gary N, Owner at Vermont Toy Museum, responded to this reviewResponded November 16, 2018
I am so grateful you found the museum and made connections to your past while visiting. Your prasie is appreciated and the work that has gone into this (and continues) rewarded with your words May your message send others to laugh, smile and remember a...More
I have been to the antique and cheese store many times but never upstairs until today.
It was incredible! Every possible item from your childhood is there. Hundreds of lunchboxes, toys, games, etc. it made me smile a lot as I walked around. You must...More
We came upon the toy museum on accident while at the Cabot store. We wandered upstairs and were amazed at what we saw. We said "I had that as a kid!" more times than I can count. Such a neat walk down memory lane and...More
This place is worth the trip of your nostalgic for childhood toys. Everything from old board games to original 1990’s electronics. Full train set up, scads of figures, dolls, matchbox cars an even some Pez. I collect Pez and have close to a thousand but...More
Date of experience: September 2018
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Gary N, Toy guy at Vermont Toy Museum, responded to this reviewResponded September 30, 2018
You are too kind with your comments- Thank you! I appreciate collectors and do have some double PEZ and maybe we could trade? Fun!
We were with our kids, my husband's brother's family and my in-laws visiting the Quechee Gorge Village that the toy museum was located. We saw the sign to go upstairs for the museum while inside one of the stores. It was such a great find....More
Super collection of vintage toys as well as an incredible model railroad. Great way to spend time while the wife browses the stores in the village. The lunchbox collection, GI Joe and Star Wars figures took me back to my childhood. Definitely worth seeing!