Toy Museum is a magical place, because here you can see everything that children love, or a big collection of toys and dolls. Some of them come from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
With the exceptional scenery in the background, made by Kazimierz Wisniak, in the painted shells, kids can see dolls that learning in school, walking, eating dinner.
Children are welcomed here by the Bear Uszatek (a famous Polish cartoon character), who is possibly perfectly remembered by the adults. The boys rave about fire trucks and Legos and girls about the wonderful miniature doll houses with full equipment. Here you can see porcelain doll babies or little, tiny figurines, dolls - puppets, as well as Barbie dolls.
The miniature stall features long forgotten ornaments made of sugar or gingerbread, clay cockerels and wooden horses. It also features a life-size doll room, and even a doll dressed as a priest and a nun.
With the audio guide, visitors can have their own walk through the museum, and see the exposure at their own pace (set is free of charge).
Here you can find dolls from many parts of the world - including those from Japan, Mexico and Australia.
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the museum is closed on Mondays, Tues 10:00-17:30, Wed-Fri 9:00-15:30, Sat - Sun 10:00-16:30Tickets adults:
In addition to the permanent exhibition, on the first floor of the museum temporary exhibitions are being organized.