The Museum of Childhood is one of the most distinctive museums in Edinburgh. It seems that it has returned to its childhood. All kinds of old-fashioned toys, furniture, photographs and even food cans give you a strong impact on childhood memories. Although it is Britain, these childhood things seem to be very similar, there are not many regional differences, but they still feel the same. It's very kind.
Located near Royal Avenue in downtown Edinburgh, the Children's Museum is filled with antiques and retro toys. There are several rooms with exhibition rooms, including various types of toys related to each specific theme, without tickets, although there is a donation box.
Seeing the toys in it, I can only say that I really feel that foreign children are totally dark childhood...
The Museum of Childhood is located in the center of the old center and is now free, but the Museum is willing to accept donations. The exhibits give a good overview of the evolution of childhood in the last century. Many toys bring you back to the childhood in your memory.
It's a museum full of children's fun. It's located in Edinburgh. You can imagine all the interesting things here.