First open to the public in 1956, Pollock’s Toy Museum in London’s Fitzrovia district displays primarily toys from the Victorian era in six rooms across two adjoining stone buildings.
The Museum’s namesake, Benjamin Pollock, created many of the English toy theatre items on display. Other toy-related objects in the museum include vintage board games, puppets, wax dolls, and marbles.
The museum also includes a small toy shop.
Plan your next vacation to include a visit to a play-related store, museum, or private collection.