Mint Museum of Toys

Singapore is home to the unusual Mint Museum of Toys. It is devoted to displaying a big assortment of old and antique toys from all around the world. The museum takes visitors on a nostalgic historical trip while examining the development of toys and their cultural importance.

The Mint Museum of Toys, which opened its doors in 2007, is home to more than 50,000 rare and expensive toys. The collection contains toys from the middle of the 19th century through the 1980s, spanning more than a century. A vast range of toys, including dolls, action figures, model vehicles, robots, and tin toys, may be seen by visitors.

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Both adults and children will find the museum to be a fascinating experience. In addition to displaying toys, it also offers information about the evolution of toy manufacturing. Each toy in the collection has a unique narrative that captures the zeitgeist’s trends, innovations, and popular culture.

In the core of Singapore’s city, on Seah Street, the Mint Museum of Toys is housed in a historic structure. The structure of the museum itself contributes to its allure by showcasing the style and feel of a bygone age.

The museum also conducts a number of exhibitions, seminars, and educational activities in addition to its substantial collection of toys. With the use of these activities, visitors should become more involved and learn the history of toys and how they have impacted society.

The Mint Museum of Toys in Singapore caters to all visitors, whether they are toy enthusiasts, history buffs, or just seeking for a fun day out. In addition to admiring the craftsmanship and cultural value of these cherished playthings from the past, it enables visitors to relive their childhood memories.

Address26 Seah Street, Singapore 188382
Contact+65 6339 0660
+65 8339 8966
info@emint.com
Opening HoursMonday 
7:30 pm – 10:30 pm (Night at the Museum)
Last admission at 930pm
Tuesday – Saturday
9:30 am – 6:30 pm
Last admission at 530pm
7:30 pm – 10:30 pm (Night at the Museum)
Last admission at 930pm
Sunday
9:30 am – 6:30 pm
Last admission at 530pm
Websitehttps://emint.com/
Mint Museum of Toys
Mint Museum of Toys, Singapore
Google Reviews

Chanced upon this museum online and I think it’s quite underrated. Brought back lots of memories with characters like little prince, Ultraman, Astro Boy, Popeyes, and many more, it’s a 5 level exhibit and though it state on the ticket it’s a one-hour entry, there weren’t really any time restrictions, we took about 2 hours to play some childhood games also. Though $25 is a little pricey I think I enjoyed my time here and there weren’t much people inside. – Kah Wang Tan

It was a fun experience! We had fun playing and exploring the museum from the top level down! Absolutely love it! The nostalgic games and toys wowed us. – Sasha Said

Wonderful experience here. My family has been here before the revamping of the museum. Took 2 years for the museum to be revamped and it’s a great experience now. Blown away by the breadth and depth of the collection. Using the Augmented Reality app, it’s the first time I spent so long in a museum. Even my daughter was entertained by the AR experience and all the interactive exhibits in the museum. Time just flew by when we were here! – JL Lee

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