The land of the boot country is known as the best destination for tourists. From the food, shopping sites, spectacular views, and beautiful museums, it’s no wonder many people flocks to it every year.
The Toy Museum also known as the “children’s museum,” is located about 10 km north of the famous Piazza Duomo in Milan. This used to be a city post office but decided to preserve and establish the museum. The museum contains one of the world’s largest collections of toys and antiques mostly made by hand. This is suitable for visitors of all ages and can also interest the adults among us.
The museum is designed in a minimalistic but creative way that will catch your eye, especially children’s. You can see silhouette screens and painted walls and enjoy interactive games. There are also models of various buildings, trains, dollhouses, board games, cards, superhero toy figures, animated series, and more.
Inside the museum is a pleasant room where you can watch a fascinating film that will give you the gist of the history of toy production in Italy. After you watch the movie, you can start the incredible adventure and play with some of the displayed toys. You will see the most beautiful toys you have ever seen in your entire life and this is a big bonus for children who visit the place.
In addition, there is a small puppet theater from time to time that presents entertaining plays in the English language. There is also a cute gift shop If you want to take a small souvenir.
Opening times – Monday to Friday from 16:00 to 9:30, Saturdays from 12:30 to 9:30, 18:00 to 15:00.
Prices – 1-2 euros per adult, 5 euros per child.
How to get there – by metro, line S2 or S4 to the Cormano-Cusano Milanino station, or a short taxi ride from Piazza Duomo.