Toy Museum
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.
Tourists from Germany Despite the fact that Munich's Old Town Hall belongs to Germany and the entire German people, there are tourists who come from other parts of the country on purpose. Not only people interested in history and architecture strive to familiarize themselves with the national treasure, to see it live, and not through the press or books.

Munich is located in Bavaria, the most famous part of Germany, where everyone's favorite Oktoberfest beer festival takes place. People who come at this time of year are especially interested in seeing the sights of the city and, of course, with the Old Town Hall.

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