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A wonderful place to visit, very near to other sites and landmarks (e.g. The Palace) in Valletta. Being a small museum, it's advisable to visit it while visiting other sites. The elderly man who runs this place is very eager and knows how to communicate,...More
Great little spit and can't go wrong for two euro, while far from a museum it has a ton of small details that keep u occupied .....the farther and son who run the place are two gents and I had a lovely long conversation about...More
Came across this small museum in valley ta very reasonable entry fee only a couple of euros.The museum is split on 3 levels covering toys from different eras.diecast, tinplate,dolls, and soft toys are all represented.opening times were eratic took 3 visits to find it open....More
The museum is small, but has three rooms absolutely packed with old toys mostly from the 40s to the 70s. Japanese robots and tin vehicles, Wind-up characters, Corgi and Dinky vehicles, Ray guns, trains and lots more.. All really nicely displayed in large cabinets. The...More
Nice collection of toys for boys and girls - two different floors! There is a really interesting collection of dolls, trains,cars... you name it. Tickets are really cheap, only 2 euro per person, and the man who is usually there always has something new to...More
A lovely little musuem full of gems from the past. A fantastic selection of the ugliest freaky dolls I have ever seen. A pretty cool small selection of batman and superman figures from 1960s japan are also on show as well as wind up cats/bears/elephants...More