13 Jan 2013

MINT Museum of Toys

Hello all,

Today I want to share with you about MINT Museum of Toys. Big thanks to the Mint Museum of Toys management for giving me the opportunity to review this museum.

Short introduction about MINT Museum of Toys
MINT (Moment of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys) Museum of Toys is the world's first purpose-built museum for toys and opened to public in May 2006.

This museum have more than 50.000 pieces of vintage toys and childhood memorabilia from more than 40 countries, including Singapore, Germany, Japan, United Kingdom, the United States, and Bulgaria.

The collection ranges from the mid-19th Century to the mid-20th Century.

MINT Museum of Toys have 4 levels of displays and each level has a different theme.
Level 2: This level displays collection of Beatles, The Tumbling Toy (oldest in the museum from 1840s), Games of the Past, Queen's Jubilee collection and many more.

Level 3: This level displays Childhood favourites, like Bonzo the Dog, Felix the Cat, Mickey Mouse, Golliwogs, Door of Hope dolls, Michael Lee dolls and many more.

Level 4: This level displays famous Hero Characters in their era, like Tin Tin, Popeye, Batman, Green Hornet, James Bond, Ultraman, Gigantor and many more.

Level 5: This level theme is about Outer space. You may found Space paraphernalia, Robots, Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon, Star Wars, Dan Dare and many more.

MINT Museum of Toys Details
Location: 26 Seah Street, Singapore 188382

Nearest MRT: City Hall MRT. This museum located next to Raffles Hotel.
Operation Hours: 9:30AM - 18:30PM (Daily, including weekends and Public Holidays)
Ticket Price:
- S$15.00 (Adult)
- S$7.50 (Child from 2+ to 12 years old, Senior Citizens 60 years old and above)
- Free (Child below 2 years old)
- S$36 (Family promotions, contain 2 adults and 2 children’s)
- S$42 (3 adults and 1 child)

Astro Boy
Mickey Mouse
Donald Duck
Kamen Rider
Michael Lee dolls
Tin Toys
Popeye and Friends
Tin Toys
White Rabbit
Tin Tin



Snow White


Casper and Wendy


KAMAR JFK Rocking Chair

MINT Museum of Toys


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