Brighton

Brighton Toy and Model Museum

Overview

Revisit your childhood at one of the finest toy museums in the world! Families and the young at heart will gaze in wonder at over 10,000 toys and models. Look out for working train sets, penny arcade games and antique soft toys - not to mention the toy shop of your dreams.

What makes it special

  • Fun for all the family

Tuesday to Saturday - 10am - 5pm
Monday and Sunday - closed

Price

From £6.50

Hostels nearby

YHA Brighton Bar

YHA Brighton

Free wi-fi
24 hour access
En suite rooms available

Brighton Toy and Model Museum

Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 4EB

Map references

OS Grid Ref: TQ 31022 04880

Lat/Lng: 50.82864, -0.140987

Contact information

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