The toy museum, if it hadn’t just arrived, I guess it’s not easy to find it. Well, there are many collections in it. There are many dolls in our childhood memories. I don’t know if it’s a personal collection.
2 floors, small space. You can see many dolls from the 19th century to the 21st century. There are very few Barbie dolls, and many train stations have ALD trains and steam engines. Many small doll houses and rooms. Your children can play in the shop, or there is a place for children to play near the entrance. There are only space toys on the second floor-rockets, space ships and robots. You need 20 minutes to see everything. But if you are with children, you need more), they like to play in the children's play space.
The door was changed, and after looking for it for a long time, I found a small sign at the entrance of the building. With the Swiss Pass, the grandmother at the front desk let us visit for free and gave the child a small toy. The toys in it are old and very valuable, and the children are also very happy. The grandma was very enthusiastic to help us explain in English, and bought a small music box as a souvenir when she left.
The toy museum is small but see a new world, exhibited in the 18th century - Europe''s most popular toys in the 20th century, and. Children can be found in this exquisite antique toys, while adults can be from the perspective of an interesting a look at the history of Europe: witness the little train to witness the steam revolution, baby doll house chic dress and furniture decoration is the epitome of European folk, along with a variety of unique wooden toys, children''s books, etc., is very interesting.
So much fun and lively, the city is full of energy, very pleasant surprises everywhere, you find photos, lots of beautiful places, so well recommended.