This internationally acclaimed museum contains one of the finest collections of antique dolls and toys in Britain. Numbering over 2000 exhibits dating from circa 2000 BC to circa 1945, it was formed from the private doll and toy collection started by the Munday family in the 1960s. The collection has been widely exhibited on the BBC and ITV and includes antique German and French Bisque dolls, teddy bears, model "steam" trains, tinplate vehicles, dolls houses, old puzzles and games and many rare and unusual playthings of days gone by. For anyone interested in history or antiques, the Lilliput Museum should be a "must visit" on your itinerary.
Adult ticket - £4.95
Child ticket - £3.50 (under 5 years old are free)
Senior Citizen ticket - £4.50
DRIVE LESS SEE MORE EXPERIENCES:
* By Bus - Routes 2 or 3. More info - http://www.islandbuses.info/
- Wheelchair user accessible
Children & Infants
- Family Friendly, Children Welcome
- All weather attraction
- Dogs admitted on a lead
- Gift shop
- Groups by arrangement
- Groups welcome
- Guided tours by arrangement
- Open all year round
- Open New Year
- Open on bank holidays
- Special Opening for Groups by Arrangement
Parking & Transport
- Railway station within 5 miles
- Japanese Corporate Banking
- Indoor Attraction
- No smoking
- Educational Groups
Map & Directions
From East Cowes ferry, second exit at roundabout onto Well Road, A3021, A3054 to Ryde (Esplanade), straight along the Esplanade to the boating lake, follow the road round to the right onto A3055 to Brading/Sandown.
From Fishbourne ferry, B3339 (Fishbourne lane), A3054 to Ryde (Esplanade), straight along the Esplanade to the boating lake, follow the road round to the right onto A3055 to Brading/Sandown.
From Yarmouth ferry, A3054 to Newport, A3020 to Sandown, A3056 to Sandown, A3055 to Brading.
Public Transport Directions
For bus information please visit the Southern Vectis website - www.islandbuses.info/
|Open (5 Apr 2022 - 31 Oct 2022)|