This is bound to put a smile on your face and kids will love it. Toys, games, books, memorabilia and countless other objects ... More
Museum of Childhood
This is bound to put a smile on your face and kids will love it. Toys, games, books, memorabilia and countless other objects are crammed into the four fandabidozi floors. It has come a long way since its foundation in 1955 - there are displays charting the childhood experience down the ages, space to play and themed temporary exhibitions. Some of the pieces are relatively recent, so the visit can be a nostalgia trip too. Mementos are on sale in the shop, so you can play away at home.
I recently went to the museum, i was a bit dissapointed to find it full of dolls.
Anyone would think the place was designed for kids or something.
Go to the whisky herritage centre instead, at least you can get plastered!
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