The toy Museum, Prague, Czech Republic

The toy Museum, Prague, Czech Republic

The toy Museum, Prague, Czech Republic - 1

  • Country: Czech Republic
  • City: Prague
  • Address: Jirska 6

The history of the toy Museum in Prague is very interesting. The Czech film maker Ivan Steiger was the culprit the fact that in 1989, Prague opened toy Museum. For one of his films the Director took model metal cars. The idea came by itself. After a while the apartment of Stalberga could not accommodate all the exhibits of the Museum budushego, so the city of Munich gave the Museum the building of the old town hall. But Shtayberg originating from Czech Republic, and he had the idea to open such a Museum in Prague. As we have already noted, in 1989, his dream came true.

What can be seen in the toy Museum ?

Many visitors to the Prague toy Museum is very surprised to find there toys more than 2000 years. There are various crafts made out of bread, which the Indians did, various wooden and stone toys.

   The Museum occupies two floors, one of which is given over to the Barbies. Only here 11 exhibition halls, which will be interesting to go not only for children but also for adults. Here you can find the very first Barbie doll made in 1959.

For boys, likely to be interesting models of cars, trains, ships and locomotives. Here is a huge toy train station platform and trains. Thousands of tin soldiers that depict military actions.

For girls will be interesting to see a toy house with beautiful furniture and décor. Various miniature rooms in the Empire style and many more.

The toy Museum, Prague, Czech Republic - 2
In addition to all this, the Museum presents a huge collection of Teddy bears, from which it is impossible to put down. Girls can spend hours watching bears. Also in the Museum on the ground floor also unique toy towns that is full of life. You can see what the people in that time, what kind of work they performed.

The toy Museum, Prague, Czech Republic - 3
   In the toy Museum in the Czech Republic you can feel free to bring a camera, as there to be photographed and to photograph anything and anyone. However, some of the exhibits are behind glass, so you have to try to make a good photo.

The Museum is open daily from 9-30 to 17-30. The cost of tickets for children 30 CZK, adults – 70 CZK. If you are a family, 2 adults and two children’s ticket will cost you only 120 CZK.