Word on the Street: Favorite toys

Two new halls of fame for toys opened at the Strong Museum in Rochester Thursday.

News 12 asked Brooklyn residents which toys were their favorite growing up.

News 12 asked Brooklyn residents which toys were their favorite growing up. (9/17/15)

BROOKLYN - Two new halls of fame for toys opened at the Strong Museum in Rochester Thursday.

One is for the National Toy Hall of Fame, which showcases products. The other is the Toy Industry Hall of Fame, which recognizes the people who design, manufacture and sell the toys.

The exhibits cost about $4 million to put together.

News 12 asked Brooklyn residents which toys were their favorite growing up.

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