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Gaziantep Oyun ve Oyuncak Muzesi

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what a nice suprice!

We were not sure if we should go here. We went for the children but we end up having the most fun... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
mehmetaysenur07
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Dronten, The Netherlands
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Museum that we visit was one of a kind. So much memories came up on my mind when I had saw them... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2018
Xaryarkus M
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1 week ago
“what a nice suprice!”
27 May 2018
“Flawless ”
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Bey Mahallesi, Ali Ozalgan Sokak No: 7 | Sahinbey, Gaziantep 27500, Turkey
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were not sure if we should go here. We went for the children but we end up having the most fun. All kinds of toys from all over the world. I am European and my husband is Turkish. So we had a lot to...More

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Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Museum that we visit was one of a kind. So much memories came up on my mind when I had saw them. Museum itself locates in the old section of a town so that reason you have to go there by walking. Strongly recommended

Thank Xaryarkus M
Reviewed 1 October 2017

Very interesting museum in the middle of Anatolia. Teddy bears, barbie dolls,Mickey mouse etc.. if you are intersted in toy museums.. visit..

Thank Hamdi A
Reviewed 2 June 2017

The place was already ancient. The toys were not from Turkey Thay were from all over the world espeicially from europe. Thay were really old and interesting but ı would like to see the toys which ı played with from years 1980's, so ı could...More

Thank Bülent K
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

It's ok and the children I saw there seemed to enjoy skipping from one display to the next. Most of the toys on display are from the U.S. and Germany. However there were a few really nice and very old well preserved pieces. If I...More

1  Thank Nichola C
Reviewed 14 February 2017

If you want to see a nice collection of toys from different countries, this is a place worth to visit. The exhibition could be better but still it is a nice place to see.

1  Thank neynek8
Reviewed 19 August 2016

This museum is centrally located in the Bey quarter (which was just behind my hotel). I went there on a very hot day and definitely enjoyed my visit. Entrance fee was a symbolic 1 Turkish lira. Many toys from the past are displayed, some even...More

6  Thank MirzaMM
Reviewed 9 April 2016

You will have a different perspective of life after visiting the museum like the value of being a kid. You will enjoy seeing the time-eaten toys and cultural differences between the countrıes throughout time...

6  Thank Zehra Ç
Reviewed 15 October 2015

An old house in the middle of Gaziantep renovated as a museum which will be the new home of toys. Very valuable toys from all over the world are orginised according to their production year, country, concept etc. Worth seeing the museum. It's only 1...More

5  Thank Ezgi A
Reviewed 20 May 2015

It is not as good as the toy museum in Istanbul but if you have some spare time in Gaziantep you can spend around half an hour to visit this place esp if you have kids with you. The museum is also 10 meters away...More

1  Thank Mehmet Ö
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