It was great to see many of the toys i played with and that my children had. It had so many it was amazing.
Don't bother unless you are really into old toys. The place seemed a little like an after thought, but since it was part of the admission ticket we had purchased, we walked through. I would not recommend paying extra to see it.
To look at and talk about when Games were Games, most without batteries:) A very large collection of toys, dolls board games, die cast models and more. A pretty good collection of Lunch boxes from days gone by too.
The train layout was advertised on the computer as being one of the largest on the east coast. Wrong - not even close - hardly anything, as was the toy museum. Couldn't believe they actually charged people to go in to see it.
This and the butterflies exhibit are in the basement of the Bridge gift shop. We did not take a detailed look at them, but they looked like stores to me.
Well, I had read about this exhibit and so I had a low expectation going in. There were a TON of great toys from days gone by and many brought a smile to our faces. They will be closing up the exhibit for good this month and so the collection of toys are available for offer/sale by the owners. If... More
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