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Attended a yo-yo event that took up a long afternoon and was way overpriced! Not for older kids to sit through although they might be interested in some of the toys. I'd refer to it as more of a shop with a show first. The...More
We were looking for something different to do with our two grandsons - and found it at the Spinning Top and Yo-Yo Museum. We were there nearly two hours. It is a small location. We were shown all of the yo-yo cases - and interest...More
Very unusual, odd place, the likes of which aren't found much anymore. It's a great place to go to find the strange toys from long ago (at 58, it's the kind of stuff I grew up with). It's a great place to go for things...More
We loved the top museum! Judith is both an educator and an entertainer! There was plenty to keep the kids (ages 6- adult) interested and engaged for 2.5 hours. I highly recommend it! We cant wait to go back to the Logic Puzzle part of...More
The Spinning top and Yo-Yo museum is more of an experience then classic museum. Which is a good thing!
I went with my 9 year old son, who ate up the hands on time with the vast array of tops, games, and intricate pieces. I...More
We, husband, son and myself, preregistered for a Spinning Top event at this 'museum'. The charge is usually $15 per person, but registering in advance saved $2 per person. Worth the price of admission?... Yes, with qualifications.
You are attending a show that has a...More
My wife and I were browsing the Burlington shops before a movie and went into the Spinning Top Museum. The front of the small cramped shop is a mix of older collectible items and new puzzles and games. The back of the shop is the...More