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Istanbul Toy Museum, Istanbul

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  • The entrance fee was more than it deserved. There was not a large variety in my opinion. The rooms are a bit small and we needed to climb the stairs after visiting a few rooms. There is same brand of ...  more »
  • The best place that I experienced in Istanbul and the best museum that I ever experienced in my life so far!  more »
  • As others stated the museum is at the Anatolian Side of Istanbul, at a residential area. We went by car, has a small parking lot, also possible to park at the streets around. A toy museum sounds more ...  more »
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  • 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...
  • This place is amazing. A lot of toys from all over the world showing how the story and culture of a country have changed during the years. A perfect place for children and "grown up children".
  • outstanding, fabulous, loved it sooo much. it is a must visit museum.
  • The best place that I experienced in Istanbul and the best museum that I ever experienced in my life so far!