Toy Museum in Nuremberg
Museum type :
Children's Museum

Established in :
1971

Holidays :
None

Visiting Hours :
Daily10:00, 10:00

Contact No :
49 (911) 365 9892

Location :
Nuremberg , Germany

Display Objects :

Toy Museum in Nuremberg ARCHAEOLOGICAL The Toy Museum in Nuremberg, for many centuries famous for its toy-makers, was founded in 1971, and is based on the toy collection of Lydia and Paul Bayer. It is housed in a medieval building on four floors and shows toys reaching back to the Middle Ages. Virtually every primary school child in Nuremberg visits this museum [citation needed]. It is open to the public every day, for a nominal entrance fee. It is housed in a medieval building on four floors and shows toys reaching back to the Middle Ages. Virtually every primary school child in Nuremberg visits this museum. It is housed in a medieval building on four floors and shows toys reaching back to the Middle Ages. Virtually every primary school child in Nuremberg visits this museum.




Description :

The Toy Museum in Nuremberg, for many centuries famous for its toy-makers, was founded in 1971, and is based on the toy collection of Lydia and Paul Bayer. It is housed in a medieval building on four floors and shows toys reaching back to the Middle Ages. Virtually every primary school child in Nuremberg visits this museum [citation needed]. It is open to the public every day, for a nominal entrance fee.