This could be a lovely little museum but it seems like it has be built & forgotten.
What is most disappointing is that it is very difficult to actually see the exhibits. It appears that the "architects", who won numerous awards for this place, have forgotten to bring in a lighting consultant.
The result is that the toys are so badly lit that it is difficult to actually see them. Come on guys. There are UV filters that you can put on light bulbs these days. Try an exhibition designer.
Further, a lot of the exhibits are placed so high that it is out of the visibility of the target audience...children. So you end up picking your child up every five seconds. Hmmm. It seems like it was designed by an adult to house an adult's toy collection.
The place is now also suffering from lack of maintenance. One floor has mould all over the ceiling & walls, which just makes the place looks a bit sad. Poor toys, I really feel for them.
On the plus side it has a very good stock of brilliant toys.
Is it worth $15 for each adult? Frankly not in the current condition but with a spruce up and better organization of the exhibits, yes.
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