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Totally disappointed by this place, I never usually write negative reviews, however this place is a total let down.
Nice building, but the good stops there. It has loads of toys in locked cases and nothing really of interest, my kids were bored after 5...More
After reading the reviews, I had decided against this stop. But it was the rainy season and we were feeling cooped up all morning. So we took a 50 baht tuk-tuk ride here when the rain slacked off a bit. Kids seemed to really enjoy...More
Pro & Cons Visiting the Toy Museum
1. Nice, decent and clean layout of the museum.
2. Has a cozy coffee shop.
3. Reasonable entry fee of Baht 50/person (for foreigner).
4. Has a small souvenir shop inside the museum.
5. Near to the...More
Fun to troll through this one-man collection of toys. Much to see, but no signage which could help make sense of what you are seeing. A pleasant little toy shop and bookstore which carries the owners delightful picture books. And a small café is attached....More
Nothing special about this place to justify charging a fee. At the end, I wanted my money back and many people I've spoken too agree.
Pros: Beautiful Thai Paintings, Beautiful Building, Friendly Chicken farm around the back.
Cons: Just a collection of Western and Japanese...More
Went with my six year old and nine year old. It is lovely, clean, cool. A bit novel and unexpected. So many toys- a lot of antiques and retro. Most behind glass. Fascinating collection. Nice little toy shop as well. Worth a visit if you...More
We went and we had a good time. It's something to do and definitely something different. You won't really stay there all too long, probably no more than an hour.
There are as it says in the name, a huge amount of toys, it's interested...More
Mainly asian cartoon characters true to my heart. Lots of little things to see and enjoy. Entrance fee I believe was 50 baht per person. It's not much history and I have been to toy museums with a much larger collection. None-the-less a nice little...More