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Vermont Toy Museum, Quechee

4.8
#3 of 7 in Childrens Museums in Vermont
Children’s Museum · Hidden Gem · Specialty Museum
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I Had One of Those! The decades melt away in this treasure trove of fun from metal to wind-up's, TV toys, lunch boxes, cap guns, Star Wars, Barbies and so much more!
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  • Museum is so interesting and brings back so many wonderful memories of our childhood. Great place to take the kids, young and old! Will come again when I visit. 
    Museum is so interesting and brings back so many wonderful memories of our childhood. Great place to take the kids, young and old! Will come again when I visit.  more »
  • Stopped at antique mall with my mother and girlfriend on way to Stowe, I'm not big on shopping but they enjoyed it, then I heard about the toy museum, so we went upstairs, and oh my god the nostalgia....  more
    Stopped at antique mall with my mother and girlfriend on way to Stowe, I'm not big on shopping but they enjoyed it, then I heard about the toy museum, so we went upstairs, and oh my god the nostalgia....  more »
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  • A must see museum, its jam packed with games, lunch boxes, dolls, cards ,etc.All the stuff we played with & much more. Bring at least 1 quarter to activate the huge model train, definitely the best 25 cents I 've ever spent.
  • Very cool museum, quite the collection, even for a relatively small space. It would be EASY to spend many hours here studying specific toys or eras of interactive play elements. Ranging from centuries old ideas to modern electronics, the collection spans the gamut and epoch of human commercial play items. I'd be VERY interested in seeing them find a new space to install an exhibit that investigates the individual, non-commercial, and imaginative play elements of human behavior. Taking simple puppet forms from natural items and imaginative visualization with narrative that we ALL go back to in our minds replaying past events or imagining future experiences.

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