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Le Musée du Jouet de Bruxelles A.S.B.L., Brussels

(2.2/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
Le Musée du Jouet de Bruxelles A.S.B.L. is located in Brussels. Use our Brussels tourist route planner to visit Le Musée du Jouet de Bruxelles A.S.B.L. on your trip to Brussels, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • You push the door of the Museum as we enter the attic of the ancestors. The staff team is smiling and welcoming. We discovered a large games room, on two floors, where kids can wander. Part of the toys is available to our small little faces, another party is staged. Simplicity is striking but the effectiveness on our adventurers of the day is undeniable. As in all of the granaries, the dust is "excessively" present! The Museum has a room where you will propose to young and old, to attend a show that will ship in a wonderful trip (paying - 2 per person). Nothing that this show is worth a visit! If you liked this article, feel free to click on useful vote... Thank you :-)
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  • The Toy Museum is unique, it's a giant playroom where children run, laugh and have fun! If you like conventional museums, flee because you will be disappointed, here the toys may be affected and have a second life. We really had a good time in the company of a group of children who made our visit so... full of life!
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  • When the Lady at the cashier told us: "revenue and tap it all", we thought it was not to be taken literally; Instead they did. The Museum is on three floors, and inside is ... a little bit of everything, but in general the most popular games of the past, mainly wooden. Everything is exposed is really available for visitors who may ... playing. Some games are a little spoiled, others a bit dusty, some other parts are missing; in other words, they are simply not perfect games, but lived; not exposed, but played. A nice way to spend a few hours on a rainy afternoon. at least we had fun and would happily (it's also free with the Brussels Card).
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  • At first sight it looks like "let's get out of here", but after a few minutes the kids start playing with all the old toys and start enjoying themselves. I thought we would spend a 1 hour max there, and apparently we stayed there for almost 3 hours. Highly recommended for kids (and parents)