Follow "Queen Marlene" of the Toy Museum as she tells the tale of toys from America's past (then and now) and around the world only to be tricked by "Raggedy", the Toy Museum's largest doll, as Raggedy creates mischievous and silly fun! See hundreds of old toys from 1880s-1980s including classic favorites such as Howdy Doody, Shirley Temple, and Raggedy Ann. Great for ages 3+.
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Spend the day in Brooklyn Heights. Two local playgrounds, historic neighborhood, panoramic views of Manhattan from the Brooklyn Promenade. Local map provided by the Museum for a memorable day of fun for your campers.
Schedule your school field trip or camp visit today! The shows presented at the Museum are interactive, educational and theatrical experiences designed for grades prek-4th grade. While surrounded by toys from the 1800s – 1980s students are immersed in a magical and pretend world where old and new toys come to life. Educational components of the show cover current NYS State Social Studies, Language Arts and Performing Arts curriculum.
To reserve your field trip, press"ORDER NOW". A minimum of 20 students tickets is required per show to reserve your date and time. Additional tickets can be ordered online up to the day before the show depending on the availability for that particular performance. However we strongly recommend booking all of your tickets at once. Space is limited to ticket holders only! Voucher/receipts are required for admission. Tickets are not refundable. For schools and camps that are unable to reserve their field trip online or will by paying with DOE purchase orders, please must contact the Toy Museum directly at 718-243-0820.
Show times begin and end promptly. Plan to arrive 10 minutes before show time and have your bus ready for pick up immediately following the show.
The Toy Museum of NY
180 Smith Street, 2nd Floor
The Toy Museum of NY
The Toy Museum of NY is a certified 501(c)3 non-profit educational 'traveling museum' featuring touring exhibitions and educational programs. Our mission is to educate the public on the importance of dolls and toys in our culture, history and art.