For 30 years, collector Katharina Engels collected more than 800 dolls of French and German masters of the past two centuries. In 1984 she opened a private museum of dolls and toys with the largest collection of antique dolls and toys in Germany. Here you can see doll houses, rooms, kitchens, shops, theaters, toy trains, tin soldiers, cars, carousels, and traditional wooden toys. The museum’s founder carefully selected the accessories and design components. According to her, the world of toys is not only amusing, but also provides insight into the life of our ancestors, by copying it in small size.