Rediscover the toys of your childhood

Which were your favourite toys? Dolls, cuddly toys, miniature soldiers, robots not to mention board games or video games: everything is featured! The collection, which is one of the most extensive in Europe, includes items from the past and from today, emanating from the four corners of the earth.

Test your knowledge by completing a quiz or have fun in the games room. There is always something to play with at the Toy Museum.

THE LEGO® BRICK EXHIBITION – 60 year of pleasure in creative construction

In this interactive exhibition celebrating its 60th anniversary, discover how LEGO continues to inspire generation after generation in creative and imaginative construction. Watch LEGO films in the cinema, admire LEGO creations in the exhibition space and build your own designs in the construction area.

Marvel at the items that have come from private collections and those belonging to the Toy Museum itself. 

For groups of 15 passengers and above.
Price: €15.90 per person, return rail travel + admission included.
More info: www.speelgoedmuseum.be

Practical info

Museum open every day from 10 am to 5 pm
  • closed on Mondays
  • closed on 24 & 25 December 2019 and from 30 December to 1 January 2020
  • One free passenger per 15 paying passengers
  • Seats reserved on board the train, the group travels together
  • One fixed fare, whatever your departure station
  • Additional service for groups: Discover the gaming workshops, which are both amusing and instructive. More information and bookings via our partner by calling 015/55 70 75
  • Travelling to the Toy Museum by train? The smart choice!

    • €15.90 per person including admission + return rail travel
    • 1 free passenger per 15 paying passengers
    • Very easy to access: Malines-Nekkerspoel station is 2 minutes' walk away