Mint Museum of Toys

The Mint Museum of Toys simplified Chinese: 玩具博物馆; traditional Chinese: 玩具博物館 is a purpose-built museum showing a private collection of vintage toys. It was officially opened on March 5, 2007 and officiated by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr George Yeo.

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