Finnish Toy Museum

Play is the name of the game in this museum! In the action-packed exhibition you can climb into a fairy tale castle, slide down a slide or peek into children's nurseries from the past decades.
 
The Finnish Toy Museum presents Finnish toys and games from the end of the 19th century to the present day. Here you can see dolls from different eras, admire the classical design of the wooden Jukka toys or marvel steel rockets from when space was conquered or even see UFOs surfacing.
 
The favourite for many children is the fabulous miniature railway that gets you acquainted with the Löylymäki village and the Lättähattu multiple unit trains. The museum also has information about the history of Finnish toy factories that have by now ceased operations. 
 
The Finnish Toy museum has changing special exhibitions and dramatised tours guided by professionals from the children's theatre.

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Museum info

Website
Address
Ahertajantie 5, 02100 Espoo
Phone
+358 9 816 31830
Opening hours
Tue, Thu 11–19 Wed, Fri 11–19 Sat–Sun 11–17 (free entry on Fridays at 17–19)
Entrance fee
The ticket includes entrance to all the museums of the exhibition centre WeeGee Adults 12 € Concession 10 € (pensioners, students, unemployed, groups of 10 or more etc.) 3-Day ticket 15 € Persons under 18 and over 70 years free of charge
Guiding
Guidance by appointment
Service languages
Service languages (advance booking required)