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. To visit Mint Museum of Toys on your trip to Singapore, use our Singapore trip itinerary tool.
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Mint Museum of Toys Reviews
Although one floor is closed for a new display I still found this a worthwhile stop. To see so many toys in one place is just amazing. A bar on the top floor is great for a cold drink. more »
I wouldn't recommend anyone go here but especially with kids don't go. The place has old toys in old and tired displays the kids got excited when they thought they were going to a toy museum but... more »
I loved this little toy museum! Easily covered since it's small, but it has around 5 floors of vintage toys all collected by one person.
Exhibitions are not well organised and there is way too much to look at without much focus or explanations. Might be better to organise perhaps by country or era. Really does look more like a collector’s warehouse. Also, should update for the last 10-20 years worth of toys, so that it can appeal to the younger crowds.
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The world’s first museum dedicated to toys, the MINT Museum houses Asia’s largest collection of over 50,000 vintage playthings and collectibles. The MINT (Moment of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys) Museum of Toys is the world’s first museum dedicated to toys and has Asia’s largest collection of over 50,000 pieces of vintage playthings and items, originating from more than 40 countries. Its key collections include Batman, Dan Dare and Japanese character toys. Walking through four themed floors visitors will be fascinated by confectionery tin cans, enamel advertising signs, the largest teddy bear collection in Southeast Asia and the only existing ‘Please Please Me’ record signed by all members of The Beatles.