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Excellent Museum of toys and memories

Found this by accident while wandering around Blue Mountains on way to Leura. It is just an old... read more

Reviewed 1 April 2018
London, United Kingdom
An amazing experience - a time capsule of life 100 years ago

Leuralla was an amazing experience. The staff were so accommodating and well informed about the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Dee R
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“railway museum”(12 reviews)
“entry fee”(8 reviews)
“old house”(7 reviews)
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
36 Olympian Pde, Leura, New South Wales 2780, Australia
+61 2 4784 1169
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Leuralla was an amazing experience. The staff were so accommodating and well informed about the history of this incredible home. As the comment before this one states, it is not a place or prams and strollers. It is actually a grand old family home which...More

1  Thank Dee R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Walked in to a lady talking to a couple so nicely and giving them information about the nurses etc and thought wow this is going to be great. After getting a filthy look I asked if a stroller could come in or do we just...More

Thank Amylouisetobin
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Do not let the other negative reviews put you off from missing a great outing. Staff was friendly and talkative and the collection was truley stunning. As is the garden. It is worth rembering before you go however that this is a museum of vintage...More

Thank Plum P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This was one of the stops on the Big Bus hop-on-hop-off tours. The entry fee of $15 was a tad steep but I was glad to have parted with it for an unforgettable visit. Hard to believe this was a private collection because of its...More

1  Thank barefootfoodie
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

Visited today with several young children. The prospect of a toy museum seemed appropriate for young kids. NOT SO!!! Staff were rude and unhelpful. There is ample signage telling visitors all the things they can’t touch, go near or enter. However, despite all the visible...More

1  Thank J M
Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

An amazing piece of Australian history. The outstanding toy collection alone will evoke happy memories - and others longing for lost toys....each room is full of toys from Barbie’s, 007, Star Wars, dolls, teddy bears, model shops and trains. Even Flash Gordon is there. If...More

Thank Portsea1
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

My kids love this place. It's a fantastic collection of toys, trains and everything else. If you could sneak in without having to interact with any of the snooty, condescending and pompous people who own, operate or work here it would be awesome. It's overpriced...More

Thank TracyandDamien
Reviewed 6 May 2018

The house and gardens are quite beautiful and the collection of toys and nik nacks is impressive. However, the girl at the front desk was abrupt and rather rude. The price was a rip off considering the poor service and that there was no leaflet...More

Thank Cristina M
Reviewed 16 April 2018

This place is not a Toy and Railway Museum . The house is a lovely old home but you feel like an intruder sneaking a peek into their cupboards. No provision at all for prams either in the house or gardens. The railway museum is...More

Thank Nannyjo01
Reviewed 1 April 2018

Found this by accident while wandering around Blue Mountains on way to Leura. It is just an old house from the outside, but on going inside it is an Alladins cave of toys through the ages collected over a period of time by the owners....More

Thank raymondb944
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