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Musee du Jouet, Colmar

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The entire third level of Musee du Jouet is filled with 231 model trains, running on more than a half-mile of track. A collection of first-edition 1959 Barbies and notable dollhouses made by famous artisans awaits you on the first floor. See toy cars made before World War II. The second floor presents the locomotive collection, set on a backdrop of realistic scale-model railroads. Scenes with light and sound depict real depots, different types of trains used for the transportation of goods, and passenger cars complete with miniature people. Plan your visit to Musee du Jouet and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Colmar tour planner.
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  • We visited Colmar recently with our 9 and 6 year olds. As soon as they knew there was a toy museum they wanted to visit. My single biggest tip for anyone contemplating a visit is GIVE YOURSELF MORE....  more
    We visited Colmar recently with our 9 and 6 year olds. As soon as they knew there was a toy museum they wanted to visit. My single biggest tip for anyone contemplating a visit is GIVE YOURSELF MORE....  more »
  • Great little toy museum in the center of Colmar. Lovely to visit on a cold winter day. It has 3 floors with 1 floor dedicated to model trains. 
    Great little toy museum in the center of Colmar. Lovely to visit on a cold winter day. It has 3 floors with 1 floor dedicated to model trains.  more »
  • Three floors of toys from primarily the early 20th century, but some from earlier periods, as well. Some interesting displays with info provided mostly in French, but some placards have English... 
    Three floors of toys from primarily the early 20th century, but some from earlier periods, as well. Some interesting displays with info provided mostly in French, but some placards have English...  more »
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  • Loved it! So much fun! The trains on the second floor start to run at the flip of a switch. The toys brought back memories of growing up in the 70s. (if you grew up in the 50s, 80s or 1890s, there are toys for you too!). P.S. Find the Pokemon!
  • Small but quality toy museum. Good for a 30 minute visit. Longer if you engage with the interactive exhibits. Our kids loved it!
  • Great small museum. Staff are very helpful and knowledgeable. My son loved the trains and the marionette show.
  • Incredible museum! The entry price is low but the museum is pretty quickly done. The exposition is cool, there are some games and old video games that you can play also. I liked and recommend it.
  • The museum was quite small and loud with children’s playing. The employee in the front was quite rude and weird, but somehow I could ignore that. There were a lot of things which need to be interactive with visitors but were not in procedure (marionette show, train figure, …) Mostly there were no english text, except the information note that explains only general stuff for the whole section. I could still enjoy a section but it’s quite overly-priced for that.

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