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This is a private museum located in Acheen Street next to Kapitan Keling Mosque and Khoo Kongsi. These are vintage and rare collectibles of Ben and his father. The oldest collection is the Victorian era tricycle horse made in the 1800's in England. The museum...More
The owner's father has made a really good collection of old toys. Many good memories for those old enough to have seen some of these in their youth. He also fought the developers to keep his building intact. His son carries the flame and is...More
What a fun way to spend 20/30 mins, reminiscing about old toys and checking out little cool 60s Japanese robots. A couple of toys were out for us to play with too and the guys that worked there were really nice and chatty (good English)....More
The kids enjoyed this place, some of the toys were available for visitors to use. The ground level has air conditioning and the owner was nice. I agree with some reviewers here that the place needs a bit of dusting and the display area was...More
the entry charge is cheaper than other so-call "Museum", that is why, make it look so cheapskate! No air-conditioning, lack of ventilation, lack of information, display item with scaly thickness of dust, but because of the founder effort, compare with other stupid and lousy "museum",...More
I was walking around when i passed the muzeum.. The price was ok so i went in.. Toys, toys toys..i'm an 80's kid so there were a lot of toys and games that i can relate to :) Nice experience.. The place does need a...More
This place has quite a collection of vintage toys and playthings. However they can do with some cleaning up. The place and toys were dusty and a few toys were downright dirty. The lower floor was air conditioned but the upper floor was not. It...More