Do not miss this little weird London attraction!! Certainly off the beaten path (a pleasant walk from the Hilton Euston if you are staying there), housed in two very old London homes (1780s & 1880s). Toys and games from the 1800s. I have two sons (now in their 30s) who have collections and play hundreds of antique and new board games. Their love came from my sister, who was the "game evaluator" for any new games submitted to the company, and my mother who was the "answer lady" (rule judge) at Parker Brothers games in Salem, Massachusetts for many years! I didn't expect to see any Parker Brothers games here but to my surprise there were several obscure PB games I've never seen.
You climb steep narrow stairways, their walls covered in games and posters, then enter tiny, low ceiling rooms with glass cases filled with games, toys, and advertisements many over a hundred years old, right up to GI Joe! Another stairway brings you into more rooms filled with hand cut, 3D theater stages. Stunning things from Benjamin Pollock's career!
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