Sorry in advance, but you’re not going to be able to focus on your work for the rest of the day once you read this.
There is a room full of vintage and retro toys in Dublin right now, in the Fumbally Exchange on Dame Lane – and it’s open for ANYONE who wants to go in and play with them.
From old standards like teddy bears and doll’s houses, to a 1970s Scalextric set and a Sega Genesis, this is basically heaven for anyone who grew up from the 1960s to the 1990s.
You’d want to hurry, though, because it only runs until this Friday from midday to 5.30pm. And here’s what’s in store for those who do make it along…
“Taking a playful approach and being open to a little mischief-making is a wonderful way to spark inspiration and creativity.”
Architect and Fumbally Exchange founder George Boyle