Wednesday – Monday, 10am-4pm
PLAN YOUR VISIT
The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures offers two floors dedicated to artist-made Miniatures on the first floor and historically important and contemporary Toys on the second floor—multiple exhibits on view range from full-room exhibits to individual object cases.
The Museum offers a rich and immersive experience, making it an ideal destination for multigenerational families, adults, and children alike. As you wander through the exhibits, you’ll be transported to different eras, each filled with unique charm and wonder. We recommend allocating at least 90 minutes for your visit, though many guests spend more than 60 minutes or more on each floor.
While younger guests are welcome, the Museum is thoughtfully curated for optimal enjoyment by visitors aged five and up. The exhibits spark curiosity, ignite imagination, and evoke cherished memories, creating a delightful atmosphere for all. Join us in exploring the magic of toys and the artistry of miniatures – an experience that resonates with every generation.
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Visitors are encouraged to watch a short introduction video before starting their visit. This video is available onsite, or feel free to watch it on the museum’s YouTube channel from your device.
Still photography is permitted for private, noncommercial use only in the museum galleries devoted to the permanent collection. The use of flash is prohibited at all times and in all galleries. Movie and video cameras are prohibited. For press and special photography, including tripods, stands, and film and videotape projects, don’t hesitate to contact the marketing department.
The museum is ADA-accessible. A wheelchair is free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis for use while in the museum. ADA-recognized service animals are welcome in the museum. Please note that the museum grounds are not ADA-accessible. If you choose to use the grounds during your visit, please carry out all items that you carry in. T/m does not offer picnic tables or trash cans.
Food and drink are not permitted in the Museum. A coat room is provided for coats and oversized items.