Pollock’s Toy Museum

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Pollocks Toy Museum takes its name from Benjamin Pollock, the last of the Victorian Toy Theatre printers.

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Pollocks Toy Museum in London

Set up by Marguerite Fawdry who bought up the stock of Benjamin Pollock Ltd., after trying to buy one small item for her son’s toy theatre. Originally at Monmouth Street, near Covent Garden, the present museum has been at Scala Street since 1969.

Nearly every kind of toy imaginable turns up here from all over the world and from all different time perods. It’s a fascinating exhibition of toy theatres, teddy bears, wax and china dolls, board games, optical toys, folk toys, nursery furniture, mechanical toys and doll’s houses.

1 Scala Street
London W1T 2HL
t 020 7636 3452

Opening Hours

Monday to Saturday
10 am – 5 pm
Last entry to museum 4.30pm
Closed Bank Holidays

 
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