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Leuralla New South Wales Toy and Railway Museum
Today 10AM–5PM
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36 Olympian Parade Leura NSW 2780 Australia
36 Olympian ParadeAUNew South WalesLeura2780
Museum, History Museum
History Museum
Toy Museum
Today 10AM–5PM
Monday 10AM–5PMTuesday 10AM–5PMWednesday 10AM–5PMThursday 10AM–5PMFriday 10AM–5PMSaturday 10AM–5PMSunday 10AM–5PM
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"Great family collection of toys and trains."
"Given the service, its overpriced."
"Go to Scenic World - far better value for your money"
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irianto wij
a week ago
A great place to visit in BM. The house is packed with toys and vintage collectibles. It's a pity that physical access is disallowed to several rooms, but it's reasonable considering what could go wrong. Can use cards for paying the entries. The backyard garden is very relaxing.
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Tatsiana Kats
a week ago
One of the bedt museums I have ever beento! Interesting and different
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Giuliano Morgantetti
6 months ago
I am writing from inside the museum in total awe. The worst "museum" of my life, a total rip-off. Disorganized toys amidst just plain old stuff, only 15 dollars per person. Shameful. They even charge you 2 dollars to starting the trains. Just a word of advice: to call some place a Museum and charge for a visit you need to sell an experience. Toys need explanations and organization. The place needs to be clean. Don't come here. Please, just don't.
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Ricky Bennion
8 months ago
Great family collection of toys and trains. Very recommended for anyone who enjoys trains n toys or even local history.
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Karina Lee
3 months ago
This is more a vintage toy collection than a toy museum. Located in an old family home where everything is in original condition and some rooms are roped off and kept in exact condition as homage to the family (can be rather creepy). Random toys scattered throughout with no cohesion, no explanation, no order. Lots of Nazi items there too. Expensive cost - $15 for museum and garden or $10 to garden only. And you have to pay $2 to get the model trains to move and it's not even that impressive. This place is not really for kids, more for adults and for that sense of nostalgia. Not worth it. Oh and the owners made sure my 2 year old did not touch the glass windows by giving us a stern warning that if she leaned on the glass they would know where she was as it has an alarm on it. I was so paranoid every time she went near the glass cabinets as I wasnt sure how sensitive they were.
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8 months ago
I love toys, and love collectibles. This place was heaven. The lady on the front desk was clearly wanting to be somewhere else. Anyway the history of the beautiful house was interesting. Kids loved the museum and the gardens. Had a ball.
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Simeon Barwick
a year ago
This place is terrible. It is a shrine to a family that has seemingly passed it's prime. Oh, and it has a few toys. Unlike a real museum, there is no explanation of the toys, except for the Nazi propoganda ones, and there is no curation of the toys. They are scattered throughout the house, whith no cohesion, either thematically or chronologically. And then they charge you $14/adult for it. And the Nazi toys? They continue out the back into a diarama (which has terrible scaling for the vehicle, by the way) which is located under a 9-foot Swatika Flag! Is that really appropriate? Seriously, give this place a miss and keep drive down the Blue Mountains Drive, it is absolutely spectacular and well worth itm and spend the $14 a head on a good, old-fashioned meat pie from one of the local bakeries.
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Stephen Arnott
a year ago
Really enjoyed our visit. Absolutely beautiful house and gardens. The toy collection is very interesting for any toy fan - a large and diverse collection very nicely presented.


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