There’s no telling who you’ll find—and just how naked/creepy they will be—at the Lofoten Toy Museum in the nanoscopic Norwegian fishing village of Sakrisøy. Owner Dagmar Gylseth has been building her collection (the largest in Norway!) for a quarter of a century; the fruits of her labor include some 2,500 teddy bears, tin toys, children’s tea sets, space guns, and porcelain dolls dating to the 1840s. Tour her two-room collection, then head upstairs to scour the antiques in her cluttered bric-a-brac shop. There might be a few dolls in the mix, but more than likely you’ll walk out with a rusted enamel teapot or an 80-year-old book about Eskimos.
Sakrisøy, N-8390 Reine i Lofoten, Norway; +47-76-09-21-43.