Nuremberg Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum), Nuremberg

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4/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web
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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  • Everyone keep a child inside. This place is for you. From the history to present day you can see the evolution of toys ! You can see your childhood on any toy at the musem ! 
  • The Museum has 4 floors, but for the kids even the top floor with little toy and games ... on the other floors seem a jumble of antique toys without explanation in English of how did (not everything was written in English and the audio was € 1). Like the thumbnails of parts of the House, they were a masterpiece! But others thought it could be arranged in chronological order by avoiding a large sum of dolls together in one place. I don't recommend spending the time la. I went because I had a spare day. If you are in a hurry go to other places or walk the streets of the Centre and market town.
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  • The huge Museum, Istra-collections of toys, many curiosities, audioguide in English. You need to visit.
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