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"La Esquina", Mexican Folk toy museum, is a cultural institution devoted to preserve Mexican toys and playful domains. In order to spread its collection , that consists by more than one thousand objects, this first in its genre country-wide museum...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 18:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Calle Nunez 40 | Centro, San Miguel de Allende 37700, Mexico
All reviews folk art four floors gift shop prize winning glass cases roof terrace small store san miguel lovely place to visit mexican culture great for kids beautiful collection past and present on display interesting place couple of hours craftsmanship
History and culture of mexican toys is what this is all about. You will see a great display of creativity, genius and quality toys. Great stories are pictured through the toys. A must if visiting San Miguel.
You can even buy some great items in...More
To actually see hundreds if not thousands of wonderfully handcrafted toys brings a smile to my face and heart. Then to have them sectioned by regions of Mexico with text explanation is like a college class. Only this class is walking and seeing and smiling...More
Four floors of toys depicting everything from miniature houses with furniture including tiny kitchenware, to recreations of carnivals and festivals made from woven leaves.
A description simply will not do justice to this incredible , well organized, and artfully displayed space.
A must see for...More
This little museum has toys everywhere over three storeys, topped off with a roof terrace with a stunning view across the Parroquia. The toys range from straw weaves of people animals and utensils, through Frida dolls, and toys made of anything from wood, metal and...More
Loved this charming museum filled with toys from all over Mexico, and from all different time periods. There were four floors to discover these little treasures - many of them miniature models of things like a fiesta, or a kitchen. There were many types of...More
Anyone who likes folk art and ethnic hand made toys should definetly go to the Toy Museum. They have lots to sell as well and every toy made is one of a kind. Fun interesting place! Enjoy and take an authentic toy to your grand...More
I think to truly enjoy this museum you have to be really into toy design, art and/or Mexican culture. It is very clean, several floors of small rooms, and professionally laid out. More history, in multiple languages, would be useful.