42 High Street
Royal Mile

The Museum of Childhood in Edinburgh will take children on a journey to a world of toys, dolls, teddy bears, trains and puzzles, but adults will also enjoy it. The museum has been described as the noisiest in the world and when it opened its doors for the first time in 1955, it became the first museum to specialise in childhood history.

This museum will let you listen to children reciting their tables in the 1930s and it will let you see them playing in the streets in 1950. The museum hosts temporary exhibitions and many other events. Just like all the other national museums, there is no entrance fee to this museum.

Edinburgh Guide | Edinburgh with children


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