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On our way thru we where told to check this place out. Wow what a variety for every personality! A cool wooden carousel, variety of all kinds of toys, board games, books and a nice mini golf course as well as food and ice cream!...More
We planned to be on the river today, but due to rain we opted for the toy store. It was so much fun. Our kids loved the carousel, it is so beautifully designed. We had lunch and sweets and then spent another couple of hours...More
Stopped here on a trip from the twin cities to maiden rock. Loved lark as did my Kids. Spent a few hours there checking out and playing with toys and went on the merry go round, great time. Def recommend it, kids of all ages...More
It is a place you can spend a whole day with your children or grand children, actually it is for all ages. The toy museum exhibition is very interesting, there is a store with a large variety of things, toys books, games etc. You can...More
Mini golf was fun, the kids enjoyed the carousel, the ice cream was delicious, the old toys on display in the museum were fun, the cheesy photo ops out front were great for the kids - and they sell toys.
Had a great time!
This place is worth any stop along the river road between Minneapolis and La Crosse - you won't be able to contain yourself looking not only at all the toys they have for sale - but also the old toys they have to look at....More
We have traveled this road for years and Lark Toys has always been a "bathroom break" stop when my three boys were growing up as we traveled between Red Wing and La Crosse. We would always marvel over the beautiful carousel animals, play miniature golf...More
We had some free time while we were staying in a nearby town & decided to stop in here. It was a cute place. Lots of toys the kids are allowed to play with & a few different types of shops inside. The carousel was...More