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I've just lost my dad so it was a bit emotional seeing a Commodore 64 as we used to play this together. I then saw the Barbie area and this really took me back to my childhood. My partner loved all the old cars and...More
Lots of vehicles, toys to see, however the displays left a little to be desired from the vehicles and transport.
If you are an avid car enthusiast, and photographer you will be dissapointed as you are not about to get a good look at the...More
An incredible collection of toys, cars, trucks and aircraft await one. The 2 model railways delighted our little grandson and the toy shop at the entrance has an amazing selection, but the variety of the exhibits is both enthralling and amazing. Family owned and well...More
Well worth a visit. Huge collection of older toys which are really interesting and well displayed. Also some house hold items from yesteryear. Model trains.
Motorcycles, cars, rickshaws, taxis, planes, tanks and fire trucks. It's all here!
You are allowed to get into/sit on some...More
My kids and I had a great fun walking through four very large halls full with old cars and other transport. On some of them you may climb. You experience the development of many transportation through history as well as other machines like radio, television...More
This is a great place to visit for all ages. There are so many toys to look at, it was fun to find toys from our childhood and reminisce about what toys we had. I was also fascinated by the transport collection, you really need...More
Took my teenagers here and they enjoyed themselves looking at the eclectic mix of toys and vehicles. They particularly like the old pedal cars to get around in. Better to see then the Warbird museum down the road.
It was overwhelming. Incredible collection of stuff ... toys cars war vehicles fire engines ... but just so much stuff and it appeared to be an unorganized collection of stuff. Pretty amazing though a d worth a visit. Allow at least two hours. Has a...More