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Nuremberg has been a city of toys since the Middle Ages. With an abundance of extraordinary exhibits from antiquity to the present, Nuremberg's world famous Toy Museum presents the "world in miniature" in 1,400 square meters of space, featuring...more
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Karlstrasse 13-15, 90403 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
All reviews doll houses top floor three floors train set all ages wonderful collection model train teddy bears behind glass children and adults audio guide on display third floor worth a visit few hours middle ages old city
We went with our two kids aged 7 & 10. They loved it and so did we. You don’t need kids to appreciate the old toys. It’s over 3 floors so it’s not too overwhelming. Reasonably priced 12 euro for a family I think is...More
We saw good critics and we decided to visit it..We did not regret it although for very young children it gets sometime boring but they get excided every now and then with something and ofcourse they like to play with some toys there..I would recommend...More
A comprehensive collection of toys on a number of floors. A lift is available for those that require one. You travel through time and toys as you progress to the top floor. A place that will bring back childhood memories. There are play areas for...More
Nice mix of different toys from lots of period of times. A few interactive things for the kids to get involved with. Included in the Nuremberg card.
Round the corner from lots of other stuff so check that out too.
It is no surprise that there were more adults than children.... Different sections would appeal to different ages but surely everyone would appreciate the incredible workmanship - especially in the huge doll houses. It was great to hear, in a number of languages 'oh I...More
An enchanting place either with or without children.
So many lovley old toys and also an audio commentary which is not actually needed as the toys speak to you them-selves, but it is useful for extra detail. The museum is spread over 3 floors of...More
A nice little museum depicting the long history of toy manufacturing in Nuremberg.
The museum is organized on 4 floors and showcases a wide variety of tin toys, dolls and trains. I found the top floor most interesting and was fascinated by some of the...More
I would have visited the Spielzeug museum in any case, but it was raining, and it's a great way to spend your time. Just off a square in the old town, the inside of the building is really warm and welcoming. It is such a...More