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Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum, Wheeling

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.2/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum is located in Wheeling. Work out when and for how long to visit Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum and other Wheeling attractions using our handy Wheeling tour planner.
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  • This is a fine destination for Families and Baby Boomers. They have all types of toys displayed that will bring back memories for all Baby Boomers. You may be surprised at how many of the toys display...  read more »
  • We've visited toyour museums before, but never one that was so interactive. Every room had a hands on station for kids to play. My boys, 8 and 9, loved playing here. We kind of had to convince my husb...  read more »
  • The museum was interesting and the kids did have fun. Could probably stretch it to about 3 hours with kids under 5. A lot of the interactive toys were broken though. I still recommend highly for young...  read more »
  • Cool place with lots to see.
  • This place is awesome! I went to school in this building and hadn't been back since I "graduated". Once inside the door the memories came flooding back of teachers and friends long ago. The toy and train collections are incredible. I got a tour of the collection and the building that I will never forget. Many thanks to the staff for their time and the personalized tour AND to the owner, who saved this building from demolition. This building (and a few others) represent Elm Grove's history and should be preserved. Well worth a visit!
  • Absolutely the best kept secret in Wheeling. There is something for everyone. The staff was wonderful. The kids and the grown ups had a great time.
  • This place is awesome! I was worried that this museum wouldn't be as much fun as my kids expected, but I ended up having a hard time convincing them to leave! The rooms downstairs have cases along the walls with a variety of vintage toys and games (which I found fascinating), and in the middle of each room was something interactive for the kids to do, which they loved! The Lego dump trucks were a favorite. We all loved playing the pinball machines in the main room, and the nickelodeon was neat to watch, too! Upstairs is trains and remote controlled cars. I loved how the trains were set up with a variety of buttons to push to make different things move, and the kids loved the dark room with the lighted amusement park rides. The staff there were very friendly and helpful. Oh, and brownie points for having chairs in each room so that parents could rest if the kids got really interested in playing with something. I don't think I've ever seen anyplace else offer that, and i definitely appreciated it! I would recommend this place to anyone!
  • Received the red carpet treatment today! Learned a lot saw even more! Highly recommend spending some time to see what they have!!
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