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Mint Museum of Toys, Singapore

(3/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
Claiming to be the world’s first purpose-built toy museum, Mint Museum of Toys welcomes visitors interested in vintage and rare toys. The extensive collection is considered to be the largest in Southeast Asia, with over 50,000 toys from 40 countries including America, the United Kingdom, Germany, and Japan. It also features traditional Singaporean toys. Sign up for a guided group tours or take part in a workshops if you'd like to get really involved. Arrange your visit to Mint Museum of Toys and discover more family-friendly attractions in Singapore using our Singapore itinerary planner.
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  • We visited with our 7 year old son and found the whole place rather underwhelming. By Singapore standards the entrance fee is not expensive (S$15 for adults, S$7.50 for children), but even at that pri...  more »
  • No visit to Singapore is complete without a visit this toy museum.What a gem,lots of tin plate,featuring famous cartoon characters,all recognisable and most memorable.There is something here for all p...  more »
  • Opposite raffles hotel can be found the Mint toy museum which covers 5 floors and has the most amazing selection of old toys in excellent condition. Toilets are very good and there is also a cafe on s...  more »
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  • Great place to visit to see those toys that one used to play. Will definitely bring out the nostalgic feeling in you (if you are born in the 60s or 70s). If not, this is a good place to look at those old school toys from the past. Try to go on a weekdays, it is less crowded and allow you to enjoy the displays better.
  • There's a rooftop bar and bistro there. Food was limited... the table we sat at was poorly lit . We paid a cover charge to get in on top of paying our meal and drinks.
  • Targeted for nostalgic adults, not necessarily for toddler and kids. It is fronted by Mr. Punch Public House in case you find it hard to find
  • Small place just for 45 minute walk, nothing to do for kids, I went with 2 boys age 8 and 4 and they felt bore because of lack of activities
  • For the entrance fee paid, the museum is not really worth the time and money. If you're into toys, and know the value of old toys, then perhaps this place may appeal to you. If not, honestly, it's like a place with a lot of toys and that's about it.