The museum was born from the passion of an engineer, Gérard Misrai, for the creation of "mechanic" toys, for the construction of fortified castles ... This passion led him to collect hundreds of old toys of all kinds.
Today, more than 2,000 pieces are on display in the toy museum: toy trains, mechanic models, Tour de France racers and caravans, toy boats, toy soldiers, cars ...
A play area will allow you to try your hand at the Guignol theater with its puppets or certain precision games.
This exhibition will cheer up young and old, making old people find the toys of yesteryear and young people find the games that required great finger agility and lots of patience.
The museum has a playroom for young and old (playmat and pinball machine or table football from the 1960s) and a Meccano workshop for children from 7 years old.
BUSINESS HOURS :
- Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday: 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.
- School vacation :Wednesday to Sunday 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
- Closed on public holidays
PRACTICAL INFORMATION : Air-conditioned museum - Holiday vouchers accepted
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