Love toys? ‘Course you do! We do too! The Brighton Toy and Model Museum, has a great collection of over 10,000 items displaying toys from the last decade such as soft toys like a Peter Rabbit toy from circa 1905, railway collections, puppets and more. You can also visit the museum’s shop which is a replica railway station platform which has brochures and small replica toys starting at 50 pence! Don’t miss out on this magical world of toys. Head over today!
The museum is open 10:00 (11:00 on Saturdays) until 17:00 with last admission at 16:00. Tickets for entry are £4.50 for adults and £3.50 for children. Further concession prices apply so for more information, go to: http://www.brightontoymuseum.co.uk/
Getting to the Brighton Toy and Model Museum: The museum is only a 13 minute walk from umi Hotel Brighton, and incidentally, close to Brighton station, so once you’ve had a look at the toys, why not jump on the train and explore more of the country while you are here!
To get to the museum, head up Queen’s Road, taking a right at Frederick Place. The museum will be in front of you at the end of the road. For more information, check out the below map (zoom out for a better view):