Museo Juguete Antiguo (Antique Toy Museum) aka MUJAM, Mexico City
(2.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Museo Juguete Antiguo (Antique Toy Museum) aka MUJAM is located in Mexico City. A visit to Museo Juguete Antiguo (Antique Toy Museum) aka MUJAM represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Mexico City vacation trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • I went to visit him by chance, I had an appointment and thought to the slow take advantage of almost an hour to wait for the person who would find. I found an apartment building, which is suddenly harboring many parts, antique toys without any conservation treatment. My taste is not a museum because it lacks several elements: routes rooms, how many rooms there are and issues, evacuation routes, technical data sheets, educational data, do not think advisable for visits by groups of schools in particular, have emergency evacuation routes. Made me expensive: $50.00 pesos per person. One-stop staff have a very "rudimentary" system scoring your data in a notebook... It was a surprise to see some toys of my time. Gives the impression of more that an exhibition is accumulation. I got lost in - confess - I knew in a moment did not where he continued, I was offered a Japanese snack at the end of my visit. I was surprised a group of don jarocho stamping above in a cube of light that is too risky. It would be a purge of some objects urging or to the case... some sponsors of the toy industry, and perhaps a classification by toys rooms for times or years, I liked the one about wrestling, and buy ticket to the Expo Kitty for next week. Not suitable for wheelchairs, no ventilation, only "bedrooms" open without signs of "closed" or "forbidden pass" (literally, I missed)
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  • Since the fighters in plastic until the first video games that were sold in Mexico. A reminder of our childhood. Highways still in its original box and hundreds of dolls barbie type make you return to the past and as played. There are comments that many are old toys, but that otherwise we could find in an antique Toy Museum?
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  • If you like antique toys is a great place to learn, an impressive number of toys most of Mexican manufacturing that you will not see in other parts of the world.
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