In Munich, in the old town hall on Marienplatz (the main square of the city), you will find one of the most notable museums: the Toy Museum. Four floors of the building are used for exhibitions. This is an important part of it. The collection is quite extensive. There are merry-go-rounds, tin soldiers, animals, railroads, and trains.
Various types of dolls: porcelain, wood, there are even straw displays of American and European production. The collection is owned by the Steiger family. The museum is open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., except on national holidays. The entrance will cost four euros. On the ground floor, at the exit, there is a small souvenir shop, where the vendors will be happy to help you choose a nice inexpensive gift for your family and friends.