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Toy Museum is a place where fun games, archeological secrets and historical riddles overlap. The museum opened its doors to visitors in December 2012. Since then, the museum's goal is to playfully reveal the historical treasures of toys, emphasizing the value and versatility of the toy as a scientific object. Forasmuch people, especially children, always have loved to play, entertain and create. Today, in our journey through the history of toys, we can climb into the Middle Ages, go to the Stone Age and transfer to the twentieth century, a period in which the toy industry has enjoyed tremendous success.

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Toy Museum
Šiltadaržio gatvė 2
01124 Vilnius

Museum type(s)

History & Anthropology


Children Archaeology

Visitor information

Opening hours

Tuesday: 12:00 -20:00
Wednesday-Friday: 12:00-18:00
Saturday: 11:00-16:00

More opening hours


0 - 1 Free
2 - 18 €3.00
Vilnius City Card Free
Adults €5.00
Seniors €3.00
Students €3.00
Disabled €3.00
Family €3.00

More admission


  • Museum shop

  • Child friendly

  • Audio tour

  • Credit card

  • Parking


Šiltadaržio gatvė 2, Vilnius, Lithuania


Permanent exhibitions

Memories of twenty century

Memories of twenty century

This exposition is designed to uncover toys from the XX century. The 20th century is a very important period in the history of toys, as it was at that time, then the toy industry experienced many ups...
Stone age

Stone age

This exhibition is connected to the Stone age findings. There you will find out what children had at the stone age, with what kind of materials they had played and what were the main duties at that ti...
The oldest Lithuanian toys

The oldest Lithuanian toys

This exposition is dedicated to the oldest Lithuanian toys. It was created over 10 years of scientific work. All exhibits are precise reconstructions created by archaeological finds. The exposition di...

All exhibitions


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