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Lothlorien Emporium and Toy Museum

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If you get a chance to visit this wonderful place , you must . The displays are wonderful and... read more

Reviewed today
Lancaster, United Kingdom
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An out of world experience!

The toy musuem at this location is well and truly a must see experience! I have been to a few... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2018
Northumberland, United Kingdom
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22 Well Street, Moffat DG10 9DP, Scotland
+44 1683 221144
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Reviewed today via mobile

If you get a chance to visit this wonderful place , you must . The displays are wonderful and obviously cared for very well and from Star Trek to the moon landing you will find something of interest.

Thank Bobski62
Reviewed 29 May 2018

The toy musuem at this location is well and truly a must see experience! I have been to a few around the UK, including Edinburgh, London and Sudbury, but this was by far the best!! If you are into science fiction as well then all...More

Thank Shelle02
Reviewed 11 May 2018

Staying nearby on a family break - arrived at this shop 1 hour before advertised closing time to be shunted out of the door!! "We're closed!!" Came back the next day and guess what? Closed. Easter Weekend!!? Kids disappointed - blunt communication - not very...More

Thank MrJedin
Reviewed 13 April 2018

This emporium has a reasonable floor space, with a huge number of china and collectable items on the ground floor which extends out to the back, with items of clothing, badges, tea sets, cutlery, jewellery, art work, and much much more. Upstairs the toys are...More

1  Thank g0ldengirl7
Reviewed 2 April 2018

Have always passed this place and decided to enter, was not Dissapointed as the selection of items is excellent.The Shop appears to go on and on and also a Toy Museum Upstairs.The owners must be congratulated on how clean the shop is kept.

Thank Bill R
Reviewed 21 January 2018

You can spend a while here just looking at the huge range of retro and vintage stuff available from jewellery to records

1  Thank Abs6817
Reviewed 18 January 2018

Oh, wow - I LOVE the Toy Museum upstairs! The fairly low lighting creates a slightly gloomy air, and the subtle, sweet scent of really old stuff n' dust evokes eras long gone. You're greeted by a chatty dalek at the foot of the stairs,...More

4  Thank Annette J
Reviewed 21 November 2017 via mobile

Well worth a walk round inside. Purchased a really nice hip flask on our previous visit. Many of the toys in the upstairs museum will bring back memories.

Thank Ian C
Reviewed 4 October 2017

First saw this on the Antiques Road Show on TV. We were amazed at the amount and range of stock. If you visit Moffat, this is a must. We spent a lot of time in this unique shop. Still cannot get over the amount of...More

Thank holiday116
Reviewed 30 September 2017 via mobile

I've visited here regularly for years, always find something new and interesting. It has such beautiful things and something to suit all tastes and price ranges. The real Jewel in their crown is the toy museum upstairs. It's a fantastic collection that I feel isn't...More

1  Thank WeekendEveryNight
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