V&A Museum of Childhood
Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art & Natural History
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V&A Museum of Childhood information
Housed in a purpose-built Victorian-era building, this branch of the Victoria & Albert Museum is aimed at both kids (with play areas, interactive exhibits and dressing-up boxes) and nostalgic grown-ups who come to admire the antique toys. From teddies, doll’s houses and dolls to Meccano, Lego and computer games, it’s a wonderful toy-cupboard trip down memory lane. There’s a cafe on the ground floor, too.