About the Vermont Toy Museum
This wonderful collection of more than 100,000 toys is the result of one man's dream and 30 years of dedication to share the preservation of our toy heritage and the importance that toys play in our lives. Visitors (both local and international) return year after year to rediscover and share their childhood memories with family and friends. The decades melt away in the presence of displays from metal to wind-ups, TV toys, lunch boxes, cap guns, Star Wars, and Barbies. A day does not go by that we don't hear people say with laughter, "I had one of those!"
CLOSED January - April 2018 for renovations, new exhibit installation and expansion of retail toy store!
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(closed New Years Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving and Christmas).
From May - October there are amusement rides (miniature passenger train and antique Allan Herschell carousel) with coin operated rides on the porch and vintage arcades to play inside the museum.
There is a $3.00 per couple entry fee or $5.00 per group of 3-5 people! Children 2 and under are free, Seniors $1.00. Donations are always welcome to maintain the museum and its exhibits. Seasonal train rides are $4.00 per person and carousel is $2.00 per person. Children 2 and under ride for free and special prices for senior citizens and groups.
WHERE TO FIND THE VERMONT TOY MUSEUM
The museum is located on the second floor of Quechee Gorge Village shopping complex, 5573 Woodstock Road on U.S. Route 4, Quechee, Vermont 05059. 800.438.5565 Ext. 102