Queen Marlene of The Toy Museum of NY is the ultimate fun-filled, theatrical adventure, set in New York’s only toy museum. Queen Marlene guides you on a live interactive trip through her royal toy palace, where you will learn about the importance of play in American history. The Toy Museum creates an entire atmosphere that is interactive, educational and entertaining. As for the costumes and her jewels, they are fit for a queen. Fun for all ages! The venue is small and elegant. 2 performers, 60 minutes. Special performances available for groups of 35 – 50 people. Prices start at $17.50.
Located in one of Brooklyn’s most desirable neighborhoods. Take a combined self - guided walking tour of the quaint Cobble Hill neighborhood which prides itself with fine bars, restaurants and shops. Walking distance to the Brooklyn Bridge and the Barclays Center. Conveniently located next to the subway. Take the “F” train to Bergen Street and exit at Warren St and the Museum is upstairs on the second floor. Enter through the Ecopolis Café, as the Museum and the Café share the same entrance door.
Two shows this holiday season. Showtimes: Sunday, November 4 at 2pm and 4pm or Sunday, December 9 at 1pm and 3pm. Limited Seating. Reservations required.
The Toy Museum of NY
The Toy Museum of NY, established in 1999, is a certified 501(c)3 non-profit educational 'traveling museum' featuring touring exhibitions and educational programs. The mission is to educate the public on the importance of dolls and toys in our culture, history and art. Over 15,000 school children, parents and teachers annually enjoy the Museum's successful theatre performance, The History of Toys and their Distance Learning Program, enabling schools and senior centers from around the country to learn about toys through a video conferencing presentation.