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The Mechelen Toy Museum displays toys from around the world, and from all times. Among others, the museum shows an ancient Greek doll in terracotta, a priest set from 1920 to play priest, electro from 1950, the Battle of Waterloo with 8,000 miniature soldiers, the predecessors of Lego and a Märklin train table with moving trains. Through the toys, visitors get to know various cultures. The visitor can also ‘enter’ the painting The children's games by Pieter Bruegel. It is a 3D painting in which children can play with 16th century toys.

Alternative names:

fr Musée de Jouet   en Mechelen Toy Museum

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Flanders Toy Museum
Nekkerspoelstraat 21
2800 Mechelen

Museum type(s)

Specialized & Alternative History & Anthropology

Topics

Miscellaneous

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  • Wheelchair accessible

Location

Nekkerspoelstraat 21, Mechelen, Belgium

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