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The Toy Museum Stockholm


Opening Hours
Monday 10 - 17
Tuesday 10 - 17
Wednesday 10 - 17
Thursday 10 - 17
Friday 10 - 17
Saturday 11 - 16
Sunday 11 - 16

Holydays, see Stockholmsmuseer.

Admission
Adults 40 kr
Children under 7 years No fee
Children, 7-18 years 20 kr
Student 20 kr
Pensioner 20 kr
Family 100 kr

The foundation logo

Visit the Toy Museum Stockholm
The museum is located at Tegelviksgatan 22, on Södermalm east of Sofia near Danvikstull.
The entrance is behind the café inside Spårvägsmuseet (The Transport Museum). The Toy Museum has the same entrance as Spårvägsmuseet (The Transport Museum).
Go to Slussen and take bus 2 to the stop Spårvägsmuseet.
You can also go by bus 55 or 66. Bus 66 has also a stop outside the museum.
(see map)

The Toy Museum Stockholm
Re-opened at a new venue, the museum displays thousands of
toys from over a century: dolls, doll´s houses, trains, cars,
aeroplanes, etc. The Mickey Mouseum, history of the world in
a number of peepshows(dioramas) and working model railways.
Meccano, Lego, Brio, Barbie, Playmobil, McDonald and many
more kinds of toys. Shop, café, play area, children´s theatre and
a magic show in new premises.

The museum is organized as follows:

Boats, Cars, Aeroplanes and Motorbikes
During the 20th century all generations of children have loved to
play with "delicious" mechanical and speed monsters.

Steam engines
The museum has a large collection of steam engines of all kinds
from the 19th century till today.

The Mickey Mouseum
A number of different items with Disney motives and figures
from the start of the Disney business in 1930.

Historic peepshows (dioramas)
Here you can see the history of men up to the landing on the moon in the 1960s.

Dolls and Teddy Bears
Dolls and the cuddly Teddy Bears have been popular for a long time. The oldest doll cabinets are from the end of the 16th century.

Mechanical Toys
A fine collection from the german producer Lehmann can be seen at the Toy Museum.

Figures
Mini figures made of tin but also of other materials like plastic, lineol, elastolin and paper pulp are showing historic scenes with soldiers and other people.

Trains
The Railroad Society shows trains in motion in a landscape scenery.
The page was changed 2010-02-03