With more toys than even the most shamefully spoiled of children could possibly imagine, this museum could easily keep most youngsters, and probably more than a few adults, wide-eyed for hours. Here you’ll see everything from antique paper pop-ups and a 130-year old doll to an elaborate electric train set that will move if you drop in a coin. Upstairs is a free playroom for kids. Your ticket includes entry to the neighbouring Theatre House which displays puppets and archeology in its low cellar. Tall visitors are supplied with hard hats.