In The Valley of The Toy (Alicante) Is The Doll Museum

If you want to make a tour with your children through the past and present of the dolls can not miss in Onil (Alicante), in the Valley of the toy, the doll museum. There are more than 1200 dolls dating back to the 18th century to the present day.

On occasions we have approached the known as “Toy Valley” in Alicante, Since it there, home to most of the toy industry in Spain, there are many attractions for family visits. We have spoken of the Hotel toy, Museum of biodiversity and today museum dedicated to dolls that will delight children and adults.

In the town of Onil, Ibi with, the doll museum presents some of the dolls most beloved by children (and their mothers and grandmothers), Mariquita Pérez from the greedy baby, through the click of Playmobil, the belly, Nancy…

In the Museum are organized visits, and Saturday afternoon two living dolls are those that give a surprise to children to teach themselves the Museum, talk to them about how he produced formerly dolls, teach them models of yesteryear, curiosities… I recommend this visit theatrical, Because love children.

Another attraction that impresses children is the room of the Magi, There you can see the luxurious beds of their Majesties Melchor, Gaspar and Baltasar, who are supposed to lie here before leaving loaded with toys to distribute to all children.

They are on the top floor of the Museum the worlds of Playmobil, that you play different scenarios in detail and with these small dolls populating them. They will not tire to see every corner of these scenarios, the penalty is that they can not touch them and invent their stories in motion!

Mostly moms and dads we look at old photos, in the manufacturing process, in our childhood, the Nancys and belly dolls with all their accessories, thus moving us to other times with nostalgia.

But also see the new dolls, which are those that now accompany our children, and insurance that will want to them all! This is the “problem” with this visit, that the list for the three Kings will increase dramatically… A shop out of the Museum allows to make “orders” to parents wishing to do so.

The doll museum in Dublin, in the Valley of the toy, It is open Monday to Friday and Sunday from 10 to 13’30 hours; Saturdays from 10 to 13’30 and 18 to 21 hours. You will remember for a long time this tour of a factory of dreams!