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“Toy Museum kept with care and much thought”

Mint Museum of Toys
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Ranked #163 of 870 things to do in Singapore
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Owner description: Young or old, if you’re a fan of toys then you are in for a treat at the Mint Museum. It boasts a world-class toy collection consolidated from more than 25 countries. It’s the perfect place for an avid toys fan collector.
Reviewed 17 March 2017

The museum was amazing, there was so much to see. The Curator has put a lot of thought on how to layout and placement of the toys in the show cases. The theme for each floor works really well. It was fun to see toys from the past and toys that I recognised playing with when I was younger. The provided history of the toys also made it very interesting. Seeing how toys could be used as political propaganda was also very interesting. Highly recommended visit for something different and to feel a bit of nostalgia!

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Reviewed 11 March 2017 via mobile

This is just around the corner from Raffles Hotel. It is easy to miss on the street, so if can't find it, it's ok, it is there! The building is five stories of toys behind glass. Everything from Andy Pande to Batman and some neat, albeit weird Chinese and Japanese toys. There is a small toy store where you can buy old style wind up toys! So, yes as a Dad, I had to get some. I would say this is good for tens and up, as young kids won't get much out of it. Do go though. It is an experience. Hint: to get pictures of the toys, use your iPhone pressed flat against the glass. It will get rid of the glare.
Recommend

Thank Alexander D
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Reviewed 8 March 2017

It was very interesting and fruitful trip to me and my wife.

we learnt a lot from the guide such as:

do u know which is the most expensive toy in this museum

do u know how to identify Popeyes genuine expression

do u know there are how many version of Mickey mouse and their makers

etc etc

Excellent

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Thank cheowchan2
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Reviewed 8 March 2017

We found this by accident in one of our wanders was the best part of trip for me to see so many toys from my childhood you could just wonder around as long as you liked toys are in glass cabinets so needed to watch flash when taking photos but loved all the interesting stuff

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Reviewed 7 March 2017

if you're into toys and collectibles, this is the spot to be. Filled with collectibles from all sort of toys, comic genres, every adult will find its inner kids. The large selection in the small store is pretty interesting. lots of photo opps.

Thank JuiTeoh
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