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Istanbul Toy Museum, Istanbul

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  • Sunay Akın interacts with your own personal efforts of İstanbul Toy Museum is a place that people of all ages. Especially as we are above the age of 35 is the childhood toys I really see a great feeling. Besides the chance to see how the future of toys.
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  • Very nice very hot. Which cater to the big boys when they took the old historical Museum. Hatırlarımın lull, when I looked at that smile was a nice place. At the bottom of the Cafe weekend parking problem. I run out the door. Easy to reach.
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  • I went with my wife to the Museum, located in the Museum collection are beautiful and precious, but unfortunately could not take me to my childhood, because although a lot of toy childhood life here is my 3-4 I have had a toy. Other toys obviously belongs to children abroad. For example, if you set the House I was born in 1983 in our country) this set if you had put a lot of them showcasing our mothers because they appear precious and beautiful. Frankly, I like it but I see more belong to my childhood toy she hopes. Other days are open and full closed on Monday the museum ticket 12 TL.
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  • This was one of the most original museums I've been to. It was extremely well-organized and rich in variety. The decoration of each room was customized for the particular toy group. Nostalgic for grown-ups and amazing for children.
  • This is a small museum in a suburban, modern district of Istanbul. The building itself is a good example of how the houses used to look before apartment blocks appeared everywhere in the city. Toys in the museum date back to the early 20th century. It's quite small and doesn't take long to look round. There is a cafe and a small garden at the back. Worth visiting if you have time.
  • This place is awesome. Even the roof of this building is stuffed with vintage toys, gadgets and other things. The price is very reasonable for the huge quantity of the rooms and toys to be seen. All in all, a cheap menu in Burger King is more expensive than a ticket to this place. Be sure to give it a go. The most important thing about this toys is that you discover that toys had been used as a manipulative tool by the political powers. The Nazi toys really impressed me...
  • If you want to see a lot of toys from different time periods then this is a must three stories of beautiful displays each capturing the time periods and themes beautifully, really loved seeing all those toys preserved and able to capture moments in history
  • I got a chance to make a free tour into the museum after a free concert in its garden. I'm glad that I didn't have to pay the entrance fee hence the museum is very small and not satisfying.

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