Nuremberg Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum), Nuremberg
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Toy fans will rejoice over Nuremberg Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum), founded in 1971 for the Lydia and Paul Bayer collection of toys. These treasures reach back the Middle Ages and include everything from tin toy soldiers and a large model railway track to Legos, Barbie, and other modern playthings. The structure features spaces and opportunities to play with toys, too. Put Nuremberg Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum) and other Nuremberg attractions into our Nuremberg vacation planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Nice Museum with many unique pieces, which allow travel into your own childhood. It was appealing.
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  • Nuremberg is know for being the toy capital of Germany and this means of course they have a toy museum. The toy museum is quite large and they have a lot of toys. The ground floor has a lot of the woo...  more »
  • Pleasant surprise with this (relatively) small museum at a few minutes from the market square, which has a superb collection of old toys to track the evolution of the middle age to today. The explanations are also interesting to learn a lot of things (including that Nuremberg was one of the historic capitals of the toy). Special attention for collections of trains, and especially for the splendid reproductions of German bourgeois interiors from the 18th century, at a time where the vast majority of children did not know the toys...
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