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Finnish Toy Museum Hevosenkenka

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A trip back to childhood

The Finnish Toy Museum Hevosenkenkä is a toy and game museum located at the WeeGee Exhibition... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2018
Mikael F
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Vantaa, Finland
Time machine to own childhood

This is also good place for adults, as it is good for adults to make time travel to own childhood... read more

Reviewed 19 November 2017
mWrite
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Helsinki, Finland
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Ahertajantie 5, FI-02100, Espoo, Finland
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Reviewed 12 July 2018

The Finnish Toy Museum Hevosenkenkä is a toy and game museum located at the WeeGee Exhibition Centre in Tapiola, Espoo. The exhibition tells about the history of toys and games in Finland from the late 19th century to the present. It reminded me of many...More

Thank Mikael F
Reviewed 19 November 2017

This is also good place for adults, as it is good for adults to make time travel to own childhood. It happens when you see those toys that you have played with. Do you still remember those games you used play with or favourite dolls.

Thank mWrite
Reviewed 2 May 2017

A small but fun museum in connection with Weegee (the museum centre in Espoo that houses several museums). The museum offers a trip down the memory lane for adults that can spot their old favourite toys: each decade has it its' own display. For kids...More

Thank lmsk2014
Reviewed 22 March 2017

I visited this with my family as we were spending a rainy day in EMMA area. There was a PEZ display at that time. The museum itself really was a trip back to the childhood with all the familiar toys and also a good way...More

Thank Jiimies
Reviewed 18 November 2016

The circus theme and the miniature model of the small Finnish countryside society/village were the most interesting ones. Toys are organized by decade. Goof place for adults and children to visit. This is in the same building with EMMA museum

Thank Maari100
Reviewed 15 November 2016

This great small museum is located in the same building as EMMA museum and displays toys from different periods. There are regular workshops for kids and fantastic activity area, where kids can learn circus skills, not to mention small stable for stick horses!

Thank Erno E
Reviewed 12 October 2016

We have had our kids's birthday party, and also been there for friend's birthday party, we never get bored! The hosts are attentive, and very good with children. Workshops are run very smoothly, and are mostly very engaging for the children. :)

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Reviewed 21 May 2016

This museum is well-organized and just delightful. I went for a special Pez exhibition, but I enjoyed the regular exhibit even more. There are areas of toys (behind glass) divided by decade--i.e., Atari computer games in 1970s, etc. Each display has a fascinating description and...More

Thank Elana E
Reviewed 14 November 2015

The Toy Museum is a nice place for adults to go to memories their own childhood. Every time there during my visit I have remarked that also the kids like the place, and thrive there. The permanent exhibition introduces visitors to the history of toys...More

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