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Eslövs Leksaksmuseum, Eslov

(4.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A very interesting private collection of all kinds of toys including an impressive railway line. Well maintained and Nice. Please check opening times before you go there.
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  • An impressive facility with many nostalgitrippar for the elderly. Model railways completely fantastic and richly detailed with lights in train o other exterior.
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  • This small museum is quite the gem. It has some quite well-organised and complete collections of Lego, snow globes, Barbie dolls, movie and television merchandise and miniature trains. The two floors ...  more »
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  • Fantastic museum! As born in the early seventies I really enjoyed looking at toys from my childhood. My son, two and a half years old loved it even more.
  • Just amazing (especially if you're into scale models and trains). Kids will love it.
  • Worn and old. Many different toys but cluttered and dusty. Too bad the place is clean. There is also a lot of kids can play with Brio's toy museum in Osby..
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  • Great fun, especially for modellintresserade and adults (even though my 6 and 10 year old joined for several hours). Amazing how three generations of one family have been able to create all of this. There are so many hours even in 50 years time ...
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  • Very nice. Was there with our two grandchildren. Boys 8 and 5 years. We were almost not on getting them out of there. Thanks for the Nice guidance by the owners.
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