Museo Juguete Antiguo (Antique Toy Museum) aka MUJAM, Mexico City

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  • We newly come to the place and since the building is perceived that trip to the past, aroused by the memory of childhood. At the box office, they give us two tickets, one of which is collectible. Thereafter everything else is left to the judgment of the spectator: details on which focus, toys that we met and those that try to decipher with the help of our spark of childhood. A great experience to memory! As recommendation soon to the site managers are given a little by temporary exhibition area to make sure that everything works. Congratulations!
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  • If you are looking for a traditional Museum, you screwed up you friend. This museum is completely different, eccentric, eclectic, anarchic and brilliant. Here there is a museum that shows you that work is, or that year belongs. You could say that it is based on the principle of "travelling and living in time, in nostalgia". Sometimes if it may seem shocking to appear messy or "stacked" toys as it concerns elsewhere, but as you go forward, you're giving account, many of these same "junk" formed part of our childhood and our life. I I the great pass, redeescubriendolo, as the same you see camioncitos of sheet 50´s made by artisans age and can still find in the flea markets of prattle, to the more formal and better facts such as the fallow deer, the Trujillo or Mendoza of Puebla , all already missing Mexican companies. Old barbies, the kitchenettes of metal or pewter. aircraft, soldiers and carts hot wheles or tomica. The Museum according to advance is really having a random sequence, which can be explained by its very origin. It is a place that has been formed by the restlessness of its creator Ing Roberto Shimizu and son, the case is also shown as a space of own, irreverent and contestario atmosphere, therefore is that graffiti is equally present. Perhaps the lack of a minimum museography is necessary, for those who have not had, or de-facto nor memory, much of the toys exhibited there. The same applies to foreigners, but without doubt the place is great. If you have time and want to know another part of Mexico, I recommend it widely. Much is said that the place is half "peligrosillo", but simply open your eyes well, and well keep the money and nothing happens. You can reach by subway station worker, either via trolley by the Central axis, really you will not regret. It is realized the expansion phase, and hopefully well, according to its creator, is only a small part of what has to expose. And if you want to have some memory, come by the shop on the ground zero, sell items and some of the same toys that are on display. It has a simple cafeteria for a coffee or a cake. Don't forget that this museum is just growing. AASI don't forget and please read there. Best regards
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  • The Museum is completely kitsch, toys are piled up and there are graffiti all over the walls, but that's part of its charm. I love! I found many toys I had girl and that I had forgotten. It is huge. Great to spend a different morning.
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