Toy museum in Malta

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The Pomskizillious Museum of Toys (10, Triq Gnien Xibla, Xagħra; phone +356 2156 2489) in Xagħra, on the Maltese island of Gozo, displays toys from around the world in a converted 18th-century farmhouse. The earliest objects include a late-18th-century Maltese doll and some Italian Presepio (nativity) figurines from the 1790s. Open hours and days vary year-round.

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The Pomskizillious Museum of Toys (10, Triq Gnien Xibla, Xagħra; phone +356 2156 2489) in Xagħra, on the Maltese island of Gozo, displays toys from around the world in a converted 18th-century farmhouse. The earliest objects include a late-18th-century Maltese doll and some Italian Presepio (nativity) figurines from the 1790s. Open hours and days vary year-round.