Visited March 2019 Toytopia is a traveling display that highlights Toys through out history. You can find out the Toytopia tour Schedule here.
We visited Toytopia at the Springfield Museums in Springfield Mass. This museum also has The Dr. Seuss Museum which we visited first. We had lunch in our car which we had packed and headed to Toytopia around noon. When you enter toytopia there is a Lego display with Lego figures a Lego wall you can build off of and some Lego tables. There’s also a small Lego split with moving Lego vehicles.
When you enter to the left of the entrance you pass displays of toys from each decade, and into a large room. In the room are various displays including a giant doll hour and a large keyboard kids can step on to play the keys.
There’s displays of various games along with several of the same games available to test and play yourself. There’s giant light brights and a couple Giant connect the dots. As you continue to the next room you pass a Giant monopoly car. The next room is filled with arcade games that you can play at no cost.
The world’s largest etch-e-sketch along with a handful of regular sized ones for kids to play with.
There’s enough to keep kids entertained for hours. It’s also very interesting to read about the history of toys (if you kids give you a chance to read the displays. I recommend Toytopia if you live or plan to visit an area where the display will be visiting.
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