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Toy fans will rejoice over Nuremberg Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum), founded in 1971 for the Lydia and Paul Bayer collection of toys. These treasures reach back the Middle Ages and include everything from tin toy soldiers and a large model railway track to Legos, Barbie, and other modern playthings. The structure features spaces and opportunities to play with toys, too. Take a look at our Nuremberg attractions website to schedule your visit to Nuremberg Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum) and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
Nuremberg Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum) Reviews
I went last minute and I am glad I did, a great collection of old toys mostly made in Germany , was reasonably priced more »
Этот музей должен быть в вашем списке для посещения. Особенно если вы путешествуете с детьми. Этот музей входит в список обязательных музеев и вы можете сэкономить на входе за билет. От трёх евро до б... more »This museum should be on your list to visit. Especially if you are travelling with children. This museum is included in the list of mandatory museums and you can save on the entrance to the ticket. From three euros to free entry. In Nurberg there is a certain list of museums and when you visit one museum for the full cost of 6 euros, the next museum is given a discount of 50 percent. And from the third museum - admission is free. There is such a general ticket for the day. The museum has a lot of exhibits divided on subjects ranging from very ancient dolls to modern. Pleased with a special play room for children where you can touch and play toys and children's board games.
A museum worth visiting if you ever find yourselves in Nuremberg!! We read a lot of recommendations about it and decided to give it a try although we didn't have any children with us. Well we didn't regret it!! The collection is amazing and so well preserved!! This museum takes you back to your childhood years and more!! Good job!!
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 was
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