Pollock’s Toy Museum can be found under the scale in two of the 18 century town. This building is full of small rooms and stairs rust. There are three floors including dusty dolls, dolls and teddy bears, toys and tin, games and visual tricks. There are a myriad of mechanical toys for men and sensitive doll house for women.
There is also a wide range of popular games from Asia, India and Africa. Do not forget to pop in a game shop in the basement, which sells goods better quality of wood and old fashioned cinema with cardboard cutout sculptures.
Pollock’s Toy Museum is named after Benjamin Pollock (he is one of the printer share the stage in the trade toy theatre). It is dedicated for the preservation and appreciation of the lost art of Toy Theater. The all types of antique toys turn to the toy store in the museum for two adjacent buildings that serves as a retail store as well. The displays of this museum are suitable for all ages, and not for those easily distracted by glancing glasses rope doll or glass eyed baby doll.
Pollock’s Toy Museum opened the game in 1956. It is a museum in the old houses (from the 18th century and 19) which is packed with old playing in some rooms. One walks in the attempt narrow stair case to look at all the games with drawer unit and several rooms are full of fun toys. There are narrow stairs with the play all over the walls and directly bring you to the store game which is filled with replicas of old toys dish.
This museum is dedicated to the traditional English toy theater. Pollock’s toy museum in London is just one of the kids’ museums and attractions free to London pass holders. It also consists of the stage for the game (or Paper Theater) which is most popular in the 1800s. In addition, you can also find paper or wooden theaters with an incredible level of detail. It allows children to stage their production at home, usually with cut paper out of the characters of the scenery, props and various characters in the play.
This Pollock’s Toy Museum offers of dolls and the stages of theaters and a captivating glimpse into a bygone era of lost art. Visitors can also see the range of games from all over the world, from houses to train sets. Pollock’s toy museum is located near of Oxford Street and Covent Garden so it is perfect for children. More academic persuasion can enjoy lectures and events in the history of this wonderful art. Here you can find such a variety and a wide variety of toy. There are many old toys from around the world with so many types of dolls; some of them have a sad expression on their faces.
There is a whole set of dolls from Jane Addams; she is the first American woman who win the Nobel Peace Prize. The room is full of old dolls. You can find German dolls, plush toys from China and around the world. There are other rooms with toy boys with toy guns, electric train, a long time from 1840 rocking horse, a man of action, including Switzerland men’s work dating back to 1921.
You can also find the selection of teddy bears, the oldest from 1905. In addition, it is presented play of all ages and from all over the world in the Pollock’s Toy Museum, such as China dolls, toys, tin, dolls and teddy bears. There are also board games and a detailed copy of the original Victorian nursery dish.
Pollock’s Toy Museum Address
1 Scala St, London W1T 2HL,
United Kingdom Phone : +44 20 7636 3452 Website : pollockstoys.com