1. kathy jo mcwilliams

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    I took my daughter and two friends from out of state to the toy museum and it was wonderful. There was so much to look at and we only had about 4 hours. We kept moving at a good pace but still couldn’t really enjoy everything because we were in such a hurry just to see everything. It was expensive to go and if the price were a little cheaper we would be sure to go back often. It is one of those places that if you go more than once you will notice things that you missed on previous trips.Great time and activity for the kids.

  2. Ann Pace

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    I worked across the street from the museum for 23 years. This is not really a review, but a reply to comments in two of the reviews listed here. Both have the same complaint – – the lack of toys per se. There’s a reason for that, however. The museum began as the collections of two women, Mary Harris Francis and Barbara Marshall, and it reflects their tastes and interests, which were largely in miniatures.

  3. Cody Edwards

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    Huge collection of doll houses and miniatures … the latter of which were just fascinating. However, I felt that it lacked a good collection of general toys. They had some that were older than the hills. I would like to see something that displays toys from all generations, including stuff from the 70’s and 80’s. That would be nostalgic and a trip down memory lane for me.

  4. A Google User

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    If you are interested in doll houses and minitures then this is the place for you. I couldn’t believe how many doll houses and minitures there were. They are displayed beautifully. As far as children’s toys, there are some. I think this is more collectable based than something that displays large amounts of americana based toys.

  5. shi jianxiang

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