Probably the oldest cat on the Caturday series. Continue reading Caturday: Cat in the museum
Four museums in a day. I might be losing my touch. Continue reading Getting my fill of museums in Santiago [YQrtw Day 84 Jul 2]
What to do when you only have 24 hours in Istanbul? Continue reading Condensing 72 hours of Istanbul museum visiting into 24 hours [YQrtw Day 49 May 26]
I finally visited the museum I’ve been dreaming of going to since June 2009! That’s almost 4 years of scheming, Continue reading Greece day 3: New Acropolis Museum and Rick Steve’s walking tour [YQrtw Day 40 May 17]
Old things and old sights make YQ an excited traveller. Continue reading Greece day 2: Athen’s National Archaeological Museum + Acropolis [YQrtw Day 39 May 16]
The Ufizzi is smaller than the Lourve with an equally impressive collection. Continue reading Italy day 5: Ufizzi Gallery and how my shoes ate my feet in Florence [YQrtw Day 31 May 8]
Check out Reflections at Bukit Chandu, Memories at Ford Factory and Singapore Philatelic Museum here. Continue reading Singapore for museum lovers (Part 2)
Check out which are the top 4 places to visit in Singapore if you are a museum lover. Continue reading Singapore for museum lovers
Take a walk in the mansion of a rich Peranakan family and find out how life is like for a Straits-Chinese in Penang. Continue reading Trip to Pinang Peranakan Museum
I had the chance to visit the Mint Museum of Toys courtesy of a Groupon which made the entrance fee slightly less than half price.
The museum is located right opposite the Raffles Hotel, there’s a sign pointing to it right where the street begins. It’s not that difficult to find since the sign is pretty big.
The place has five floors–entrance on first floor with four exhibition levels. The levels are themed and you start from the top floor: Outerspace, Characters, Childhood favorites and Collectibles.
The floor space is really cramped and half the time I have to wait for someone and their date to finish staring/photgraphing/commenting on the exhibitions before I could politely look at the stuff.
Continue reading “Visited: Mint Toy Museum, Singapore”