MINT Museum of Toys’ Virtual Museum is a digitally interactive platform which brings to life two of the museum’s core exhibitions – Collectables and Childhood Favourites.

If you’re curious about what lies in store at our museum, why not experience it virtually first? This exclusive sneak peek complements the in-person experience, letting you get up just close enough to have a good introduction and understanding of some of our vast collection of toys through interactive exhibits – ranging from animated clips, to guided narrations and minigames. 

Discover a brand new way of looking at toys, today!

Moment of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys


Discover a range of museum tours, learning programs and products customised for all ages. Find exclusive workshops for adults, learning journeys for students as well as kid-friendly interactive activities for families with young children.


The MINT Museum of Toys’ contemporary building offers a variety of unique, kid-friendly spaces to host your ideal event in Singapore. Rent our museum event spaces for children’s birthday parties, private corporate events, baby showers and even weddings. The spaces in our toy museum are sure to leave an unforgettable impression on your guests.


The museum’s toy collection has been incorporated into various exhibitions, events and programmes organised by the museum and tailored specifically to different target audiences and interests.


The MINT Museum of Toys is proud to be officially affiliated with the following organisations. We collaborate closely with our affiliates for the planning of exhibitions, programmes and activities focused on promoting the museum, art & culture and heritage scene in Singapore.

Museum Roundtable

The Museum Roundtable is a collective established by the National Heritage Board in 1996 to promote a museum-going culture amongst Singaporeans and to position museums as unique cultural destinations.

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Ahmed ArshiAhmed Arshi
04:00 25 Dec 22
Amazing journey to some of the most beloved toys and characters of our generation. The place is not hard to find and cozy. The staff are very friendly and checking the place out is very direct and to the point, not complicated at all. They even give you an iPad to listen to the information free of charge, and your kids under 7 are free to enter the museum. It is a must see destination for collectors to bring back the inner child in you!
JL LeeJL Lee
04:01 27 Nov 22
Wonderful experience here. My family has been here before the revamping of the museum. Took 2 years for the museum to be revamped and its 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!There is a current rotating collaboration exhibit with a Singaporean watch brand and as a watch collector I found this very interesting.I read a previous review which stated the place was boring and stuffy and thought the reviewer was a bit harsh.Would highly recommend this museum to ALL families! 😁
Sherrie ByrdSherrie Byrd
09:24 11 Oct 22
Clean and well maintained! Brought back wonderful childhood memories. Saw many toys that I never knew existed. Kids are kids no matter where they grow up. We all need toys and fun in our lives. Great place to bring back memories and definitely make some new ones.
05:31 08 Sep 22
It was a nice place to visit on a rainy afternoon. Opened my eyes to toys from the early / mid 1900s from U.S and U.K and brought back nostalgia to my childhood toys like Barbie and GI Joe. But im not sure if the current ticket price justifies.
Wei Nurn ChongWei Nurn Chong
08:45 08 Dec 21
Absolutely loved my experience here especially since the guided tour (only on Weds for now) which really helped to bring the toys alive - along with an amazing history lesson (with toys from WWII, Communist China, the Slave Trade in America), and much reminiscing of my childhood.Was nice that there was a craft activity for my kids, maybe one more would be even better.Would love to get regular updates so that I know when most of the exhibits have changed so that I can plan my next visit.