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Rhodes Toy Museum

| Archipoli, 851 06, Greece
+30 698 570 2210
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Back to your childhood!

This place brings back so many childhood memories! A very nice location filled with toys of the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
AphroditeRhodes
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Almere
Wowwww This place is something special! Read below all you need to know!

Crossing the island of Rhodes from the village of Kolymbia to Soroni (or the other way around) you... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2018
dekker80
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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| Archipoli, 851 06, Greece
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+30 698 570 2210
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This place brings back so many childhood memories! A very nice location filled with toys of the past! Such a pleasure to see them all back! And for the young children it is nice to see what their parents / grandparents played with.. But apart...More

1  Thank AphroditeRhodes
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Reviewed 4 April 2018

Crossing the island of Rhodes from the village of Kolymbia to Soroni (or the other way around) you will find near the village of Archipoli the Rhodes Toy Museum (on the road Archipoli- Psinthos). We both really enjoyed a visit to this museum. The Greek...More

1  Thank dekker80
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Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

We followed the signs from Epta Pages for the toy museum on a whim, after we finished the planned activities of the day with time to spare. There is one room with old toys that were made in Greece behind glass. Down stairs was an...More

1  Thank Lynette H
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Reviewed 7 October 2017

We had watched this being built but only now decided to take a look. A wonderful array of toys to jog the memory. Who remembers spinning tops ? Amazingly its free admission. Please do make a donation & watch your money disappear.I will say no...More

1  Thank Trevor M
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Reviewed 20 September 2017 via mobile

The beautiful Rhodes countryside reveals some unexpected gems. Pottering around in search of the 7 Springs (later found) we discovered the Toy Museum ! A new, beautifully constructed building nestling in glorious countryside housing a terrific collection of post 1940 Greek made toys. The charming...More

1  Thank quetze
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Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

Unexpectedly came across this quirky museum run by a very kind Dutch lady and her Greek husband. They have tous dating back many years and in the basement they are building an arcade. We could play the pinball machine! So much fun. It takes me...More

1  Thank SebasFlo
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Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

We came across the toy museum by accident and we're so glad that we stopped to visit. Free entry (but please do leave a donation). Filled with toys dating back 60 or so years - husband especially enjoyed playing the pin ball machine! Friendly and...More

1  Thank Susie S
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Reviewed 11 July 2017

we were cruising around the island and found this nice small toy museum near Archipoli. place was quite small but very cosy. most of the toys were manufactured in Greece and some of them you could also play with. in the downstairs there was unfinished...More

1  Thank d-donkey
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Reviewed 27 May 2017

We discover this place totally randomly... And we don't regret it ! The place is all new and the entrance is free. The museum is quite little but the owner make you feel at home ! You can see a lot of toys from Greece,...More

1  Thank Sophie G
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Reviewed 16 April 2017

next to the village Archipoli, a new gem. opened on November 2016 - a collection of greek toys- it's open 10 p.m till 5 p.m (7th of April until 1th of November)- free entrance- the owner is adutch lady that her husband from Rhodes and...More

3  Thank Ram.dr. D
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