12. The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures
Well, you might not be able to play with them, but the toys housed within this museum are some of the worlds most valuable and rarest. The collection began in 1982 when two private collectors joined forces. The museum was then 7,000 square feet in area. It now occupies 33,000 square feet and houses 72,000 objects. It is one of the largest collections of antique toys open to the public. At only $5 to get in (free for under 4s) it is pretty good value too.