Interesting museum with many types of toys. We especially enjoyed the metal toys and wind-ups. Some of the old wood toys were advanced with the things they could do. The audio guide gave us facts behind sone of the toys. Surprisingly, there was a room devoted to a hand-made replica of the Omaha, Nebraska train station. The top floor has an area for children to play and some newer toys from the 80's and 90's.
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