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This small museum is located in a small several hundred year old house. You move up the stairs and through small hallways to get from one exhibit to another. This museum is worth a stop if you were raised in the U.K. As visitors from...More
Set in two old houses just behind Goodge Street station, this is a jewel. More toys and games than you can imagine in such a relatively small space. Steep stairs so not good for those with mobility issues.
Small little cozy toy museum, felt like a little gem on my discoveries. Well stocked, well maintained. Reasonably priced entry fee. They have a toy shop attached to the museum. One certainly will learn a thing or two about the history of toys. Credit cards...More
If you are genuine vintage toys and dolls enthusiast, this quirky little museum is a must to visit. It's amazing how many interesting items can be crammed into such a small place. The shop is also worth browsing.
£7 wasted. Look round the shop for free and save yourself the nightmares from the scary old dolls which are 80% of the display. One subbuteo box, a small meccano set and a few matchbox cars is about as modern as it gets.
Dark and cold experience on a snowy day. Difficult to read information and see the toy exhibits as it was quite dark and many areas badly or not lit.
Disappointing experience and not worth £7 admission.
Gift shop was a little better
I had heard about Pollock's Toy Museum for a while and I was very eager to at last have a chance to visit the venue. It was certainly intriguing to behold; an entire medium size building that had been transformed into a rabbit warren of...More
Doesn't look very big from the outside but there are a number of rooms and many displays. Very interesting especially if you are over 50!
Housed in an interesting old building. Could do with a bit of tlc in parts.
We went to the museum on a winter afternoon. I have never visited a museum whose lighting is so appalling that many of the items on display are barely visible on the shadowy shelves. We looked at the ceiling and were astonished to see that...More
This sophisticated and sociable slice of Central London is a shopper’s paradise, offering the latest fashions, gadgets, and souvenirs. Fitzrovia is conveniently located between the major retail thoroughfares of Regent Street to the west and Tottenham Court Road to the east, with a handful of well connected Tube stations dotted around the area for easy transport. This neighborhood is a favorite
among foodies as well, with an impressive number of quality restaurants, pubs, cafes and food shops vying for your patronage – especially along Charlotte Street and near Goodge Street Station.