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Is small, yes. Is limited, yes. Children are free though. But the great deal was that for every ticket (5CHF), child included you get a 5CHF discount at a toy shop in Zurich. That we immediately used for a 15CHF discount,buying 3 toys for 4CHT...More
The museum was very small. It consists of only 2 rooms. Located on the fifth floor and the elevator was not working. It opens at 2pm which is quite late. That said it does have the exhibitions covering toys from late 1800s.
2 floors, but small space. You can see many dolls from 19 century bis 21. Few barbies, a lot of railway stations with ald trains, steam engines. A lot small dolls houses and rooms. Your child can play in the shop or near the entrance...More
From the reviews, I was not sure of what to expect.Yes, it is small. Yes it is crowded. It was the older lady who was working there that made this experience special. She explained about the origin of Barbie dolls, showed us the oldest toy...More
There is a lot crammed into a small space here that you could see it all in a few minutes, but it's quite interesting to see toys from different time periods that normally wouldn't be on display anywhere else, and is worth a brief visit...More
The Zurich toy museum is a small, but interesting place. Located at the top of an office building, the exhibit is pretty small and cramped but has some interesting pieces. I thought the Migros doll exhibit, the "Swiss Barbie" was interesting, as was the, how...More
The Zurich Toy Museum consists of a toy exhibition from the 1800's until perhaps 1980's (not sure). It was quite interesting to see the progression of the toys, particularly the dolls, through the decades. Initially, we thought the toys had been donated by different families,...More
A small museum on the top floor of a building (there is an elevator). Lots of old dolls and trains dating back up to 100+ years on one floor. The upper floor had a collection of space-themed toys from the 1960s to the present (i.e.,...More