Although the toy museum has five or six floors, it is not very large in general. In addition, it is necessary to charge tickets here. The price/performance ratio is not bad. You can visit many mini gadgets and crafts
So we stumbled upon this great toy museum today because we live just around the corner. My husband and I are children in their 50s, so wow...we were blown away. Saw Robbie the robot, Popeye, Felix the cat, Mickey... the list goes on... Oh and Teddy Bear. Star Wars!!! We were in awe of this private collection and talked to the curator there, what a lovely gentleman. You see the amazing sight of so many toys. Take yourself to visit this museum and roam among the cool toys. It is a toy museum based on private collections. It is small in scale and can be visited in more than an hour. For those born in the 1970s, it has a strong nostalgia and childhood memories. Many antique toys are valuable for collection. . The restaurant on the ground floor has a lunch set menu of S$18. It is a creative dish. The appetizer to the staple food is made with great care. It also comes with a special drink, which has a very high CP.
This is a very small private museum in Singapore, where some toys from various periods are collected here, giving people a strong sense of nostalgia. Coming to this museum will bring back memories of your childhood. No matter what age you are, you can find representative toys at that time, which is really touching.
I visitied this museum with my nieces and nephews and they liked it there. We loved its abundance series of old toys. Even though we didn't buy any toys, we were happy enough because they allowed us taking picture there. A nice place to visit with children.
It's not for everyone. Would have given it a higher rating if the displays were brighter. I honestly didn't expect to enjoy it like I did, but it was a fun experience going through old toys and seeing how kids entertained themselves back then.It's amazing how much history you can pick-up through a collection of toys.
some interesting vintage toys for your eyes. instagram worth.
how is the MINT Museum like? came across it on a website www.changirecommends.com!
Preston_Dominguez: 26 Seah Street, Singapore 188382, Singapore
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Gardens by the Bay,Orchard Road,Clarke Quay,Little India,Chinatown Singapore