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Mint Museum of Toys

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Mint Museum of Toys

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MGuo wrote a review Aug 2020
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Exhibition displays are dated with some multimedia stations out of order . Entrance fee way too expensive . Lack of guided tours for general public . A Friend of mine lamented on the lack of weekend museum activities . No learning portals online for more info .
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Mrs W wrote a review Nov 2019
Melbourne, Australia210 contributions163 helpful votes
Although one floor is closed for a new display I still found this a worthwhile stop. To see so many toys in one place is just amazing. A bar on the top floor is great for a cold drink.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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alhasan1909 wrote a review Nov 2019
Lahore, Pakistan934 contributions368 helpful votes
I wouldn't recommend anyone go here but especially with kids don't go. The place has old toys in old and tired displays the kids got excited when they thought they were going to a toy museum but didn't realize that they couldn't touch or play with them. It was just awful.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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dgontier wrote a review Sep 2019
Paris, France3 contributions
An extremely expensive museum (21.40 SGD) for an entry with one floor missing for renovation (the staff informed me after the payment). You will see tons of toys next to each others. Most of them you can still find online. I myself have several of them from usual stores. Some do have an interesting mechanism, but you cannot see them in action (not even in video). It is just a bunch of metallic toys, and that's it (no stories, no explanation, nothing) So I do not recommend this museum.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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mranola wrote a review Sep 2019
Pasig, Philippines1204 contributions202 helpful votes
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We visited Mint Museum of Toys, and we were delighted like a bunch of kids, getting a new toy. We saw toys way older than me, with some more than 100 years old. It brought back childhood memories, which we fondly remember.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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