The Brighton Toy and Model Museum is located under the early Victorian arches that support the forecourt of the 1841 railway station in…you guessed it…Brighton, England. The space, originally used to store beer barrels for a brewery, is supposedly haunted. Maybe the ghosts are upset that their pints have been replaced with a bunch of a toys? Anyway, back to the museum. Its collection focuses on historical toys and models produced in the UK and Europe through the mid-20th century (with the exception of Harry Potter, what’s he doing up there?), with over ten thousand toys and models in total. Some of the collection includes model trains, puppets, teddy bears, and radio-controlled aircraft.