About

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Pollock's Toy Museum is a museum and small toy shop housed in two atmospheric historic buildings in London's Fitzrovia.

It is a collection of mainly Victorian toys. On display in six small rooms and two winding staircases are dolls, teddy bears, tin toys, folk toys, toys from around the world, dolls houses, puppet's, toy theatre's, optical toys, toy soldiers and more besides.

Pollock's was originally a shop and printers, dating back to the 1850's, based in Hoxton, then a poor quarter of London. Benjamin Pollock's hand printed, constructed and coloured much of the toy theatre material housed in the museum today.

The museum was created and the shop stock re-designed during the 1950's and 60's by Marguerite Fawdry It came to it's current location in the late 1960's where it has remained. The collection has been built up by purchases, donations from friends, family and the public. It is an independent family run concern. It is run more for the benefit of the public and to display the collection than for profit.

Please do come and visit the museum. We recommend it for slightly older children and adults of all ages. There is an admission charge for the museum as we receive no government or outside funding.

We look forward to welcoming you.

Admission and Opening

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Admission Charges

If you wish to visit the museum please book tickets at www.pollockstoymuseum.co.uk

 

Opening Times

We are now open on selected dates as shown on the Facebook page.

 

To make an appointment:

Email pollockstoymuseum@gmail.com

Or message us on Facebook

Or phone us on the day 0207 636 3452

 

Walk upís welcome subject to availability

We can only amswer the phone on the days we are open.

You can make a booking up to 1 hour before

Face masks must be worn

Location and Contact

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1 Scala Street, London W1T 2HL
Telephone: 0207 636 3452

Email: pollockstoymuseum@gmail.com

 

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Please see our Facebook Page for latest information.

 

Please note that when coming to the Museum via Scala Street that the entrance is actually in Whitfield Street.

Gallery

All images © Pollock's Toy Museum 2015

Web Design: noel@sergeantdesign.com

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