MINT (Moment of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys) Museum of Toys is a private museum that was built to showcase rare and unique toys and childhood memorabilia. Aiming to bring out everyone’s inner child, the unique museum boasts a vast collection of over 50,000 vintage toys, from across the globe. Featuring an impressive collection of toys from mid-19th Century to the mid-20th Century, from destinations like Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, the United States, Singapore and even Bulgaria, the MINT Museum of Toys is sure to interest both adults and kids alike. Exhibits at the museum are spread across 5 floors, and include Pre-war Japanese toys, rare Batman-related toys, Star Wars collectibles, Southeast Asia’s largest collection of Popeye toys, as well as the largest Teddy Bear collection in Southeast Asia.
Adult: $15 Child (2 to 12): $7.50 Seniors (60 and above): $7.50
Monday - Sunday: 9.30am to 6.30pm
Around 2 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
As much of the museum as possible
There is no known mosque or prayer room at the MINT Museum of Toys. Muslim visitors will however be able to find a number of mosques and prayer facilities in the area surrounding the attraction. Masjid Hajjah Fatimah, Masjid Sultan, Masjid Bencoolen, Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka, and Masjid Abdul Gaffoor are a few of the many mosques in Singapore.
While the MINT Museum of Toys has an eatery, namely the Mr Punch Café & Restaurant, it is not known to be Halal certified. For those looking specifically for Halal certified meals, there are sure to be plenty of options in the area surrounding the attraction. Muslims visiting the museum can also dine on vegetarian or seafood options at its food outlet, after ensuring the ordered dishes do not consist of any non-Halal ingredients.