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Spielzeugmuseum (Toy Museum)

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Spielzeugmuseum (Toy Museum)

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Buergerspitalgasse 2, Salzburg 5020 Austria
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Salzburg Central Station (Lokalbahn)19 min
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Travelwinds wrote a review Aug 2020
Vienna, Austria26 contributions7 helpful votes
The exhibition is made with a lot of love and there is enough to do for a whole afternoon! There are also regular activities like boardgame saloons, kasperltheaters etc. Entry fees are very very modest, given other Salzburg location’s generally high prices. At the moment, there is a set maximum number of people allowed in. Families/Persons over that limit are handed a numbered chitty and called in in turn.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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hans-jaguar wrote a review Dec 2019
Santa Comba Dao, Portugal17144 contributions677 helpful votes
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It seems that the “Toy Museum” is famous for its collection of antique toys. It seems that younger visitors of the museum are encouraged to become actively involved and try out all kinds of different toys for themselves. The Toy museum emphasizes three central themes: “Games”, “Experiences” and “Fascination”. The ground floor provides plenty of space for youngsters to have fun and play. On the first floor, Teddy and his pals lead on an interactive journey through a treasure chamber and doll house. A hundred-year-old toy shop is certain to set kids’ hearts pounding with pure joy. We due to the short time we had with the group we did not have seen it on the inside, perhaps another time.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Klara S wrote a review Dec 2019
11 contributions3 helpful votes
It should be renamed since it's really not a museum. If you have kids, they might have fun there, but it doesn't offer anything for adults. We expected a museum with educational background on older toys or maybe interesting stories, but nothing like that was offered. If you don't have kids, skip this; it will be a waste of your money.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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BarnabiEnslin wrote a review Nov 2019
Pretoria, South Africa624 contributions85 helpful votes
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Trust me when I say this is very boring for adults. Yes we played a few marble games but no it didn't make up for the boredom I was experiencing. If they displayed some really old toys and the stories behind them it would have made up for it but no there was no such thing. We even went down the slide and my friend ended up with a sore back due to the huge distance between the slide and the ground
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Jessica S wrote a review Oct 2019
Taipei, Taiwan27 contributions11 helpful votes
We went with our 4 and 9 year old and they stayed for 2.5 hours and would have happily stayed longer if we would have let them. Lots of floors and rooms with different exhibits and (almost) everything was hands on and ok to touch and play with. Right away you remove your street shoes and put on crocs so there’s lots of areas to play on floor and for kids to run around. It’s a great respite for kids who have been sightseeing with adults and want some time just for “them.”
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Date of experience: October 2019
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