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.
We don't have any images of this museum yet.
We don't have information about the opening hours of Flanders Toy Museum.
Your review helps other people learn about great and less great museums. If you've visited this museum, you can write your review below. Please pay attention to our content guidelines before you post your review.
Discover museums near Flanders Toy Museum.
We will never post any messages without your permission.
Already have an account? Log in!×