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Monday, March 05, 2007

Mint Museum Opening

MINT stands for Moment of Imagination and Nostalgia with Toys.
It officially opens today.

It's opened by an electrical engineer who loves his toys. His 30 year old collection is now housed in this 5 story building.

(which one?) it's the wavy glass facade building.
It's at 26 Seah Street.

I have an earlier post as well here.
If you are interested in museums all over Singapore, Singeo has it all mapped out here.


Jing said...

The windows beside look wonderful too.
Once I worked in the museum, during that period, i dislike visit museums. strange!!


Anonymous said...

the facade next to the museum is funky!

Olivier said...

superbe, on dirait un jeux de montage pour enfants. vraiment tres surprenant.

superb, one would say assembly clearances for children. really very surprising.

Deb said...

Great building! Most people put all their old stuff into storage units. Perhaps I'll propose to my wife that we take all the junk from our basement and open a museum!
Great idea.....

Ming the Merciless said...

Did you go inside the museum? How much is the entrance fee?

Unknown said...

chris & deb, i just had to laugh when i read your comments!

ming, did not go inside, i wish to go in one of these days. It's $10 for adults, $5 for children.

hi everyone else, thanks for commenting!

kuanyin333 said...

Gorgeous colors...and great photo!

Meg said...

You'd think the toy museum would be housed in the building with the funky windows!

And that map - it's dotted with red dots all over the place - I love a city with lots of museums.