A little toy museum in Munich.
Here's the website: The toy museum in Munich ,but frankly speaking it is not informative, however... maybe for the museum of such format and size it is enough. Entrance pay: children from 4 to 17 years - 2,00 euros, adults - 6,00 euros, family ticket with children under 17 years) - 12,00 euros.
Address of the museum: Marienplatz 15 80331 München,
Here's what to suggest with Parking - I don't know, look for something in the area, there are a lot of shops and shopping centers, you may come across something free.
The Museum is organized by the Czech documentary filmmaker Ivan Steiger, very small in size, I think, about an hour of inspection. I recommend it to mothers with children. Should I go to the Museum on purpose? Well, I would probably not go, on the way to go and see, take a break in the cool of the old walls from the summer heat - a great option.
"Near the tiny entrance to this Museum, located in the tower of The old Town hall, a bizarre mechanical device is installed that every few minutes emits a ringing sound - something like the sound of a music box. A spiral staircase leads to halls full of half-forgotten things from childhood."The Museum features a 200-year history of toys - from simple wooden dolls to super-complex doll houses and sophisticated railway models. This is an unforgettable place for all fans of Teddy bears, tin soldiers, cars and dolls, who enjoy a well-deserved rest here."
The guides of Thomas Cook " Bavaria and Munich".