Unusually, you need to knock to gain admission to this toy museum. Once inside, there are oodles of antique toys—from cars and trains to dolls and teddy bears—and banks. It's a quiet place, obviously the beloved compilation of a dedicated collector, namely Frank Kidd. The toys range mostly from 1869 to 1939, plus some more recent die-cast items.While this toy museum has "kid" in the name, younger kids may not find the museum atmosphere especially kid-friendly; it's
better suited to older kids and vintage-toy enthusiasts.