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Interesting!

A good place to visit for kids. Full collection of wooden toys on Germany culture can be found... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2017
kit c
via mobile
Woodcraft Toy Museum

Nice place that offers an array of stained glass art, woodcraft toys and doll for viewing. There is... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2017
merxantia
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Singapore, Singapore
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1 Jul 2017
“Interesting!”
21 Jun 2017
“Woodcraft Toy Museum”
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143-4 Ikutahara, Engaru-cho, Monbetsu-gun 099-0701, Hokkaido
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Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

A good place to visit for kids. Full collection of wooden toys on Germany culture can be found here. Accommodated with play grounds inside the museum for kids.

Thank kit c
Reviewed 22 June 2017

Nice place that offers an array of stained glass art, woodcraft toys and doll for viewing. There is also a indoor play area made out of wood for the younger kids to enjoy. The museum also offers wood craft toy making classes where they have...More

Thank merxantia
Reviewed 26 February 2017 via mobile

I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this toy museum. I thought it would be targeted towards children exclusively, but we found it to be very enjoyable for adults as well. There's an impressive collection of wooden toys from Europe, mostly German or Swiss,...More

Thank L123V
Reviewed 25 August 2010

An impressively huge collection of 100,000+ wooden toys from all over the world is housed in the castle-like building. From mechanical toys to music boxes to Japanese dolls. On the 2nd floor, there is a big wooden playhouse, with lots of other wooden toys. Kids...More

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