About the Museum of Shanghai Toys (MoST)

Hi! Thanks for visiting this blog. Here’s abit of background about the Museum of Shanghai Toys for you. 🙂

The first museum in the world to exhibit vintage oriental toys, MoST boasts an extensive collection of toys that originated from Shanghai, China, from the period of 1910s to 1970s.

As an avid Chinese toy collector, this museum is truely a testament to my lifelong labour of love. By visiting this museum, you will reminisce about your childhood memories and discover the exciting stories behind these vintage toys. I’ll be most pleased to bring you on a guided tour through my Shanghai toy collection and I’ll trust that you’ll enjoy exploring the different eras of Chinese history in a new light. And what’s a museum without souvenirs? We’ve got that covered, in our gift shop at the first floor.

Do drop by soon and we’re looking forward to welcoming you to our enthralling world. 😉

Marvin Chan
Founder
Museum of Shanghai Toys

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Key Details:

Address: 83 Rowell Road, Singapore 208015

Tel: 6294 7747

Email: tgdt [@] pacific.net.sg

Opening hours: Tues – Sat: 11am – 7pm (closed on Mondays)

Sun: 11am – 6pm (Closed on Mondays and Public Holidays)

Admission: Adults: $8, Children/Students: $5
Discounted admission fee, upon presentation of local bankcard: Adults: $5, Children/Students: $3

Guided Tours: By Appointment (call me or email me at tgdt [@] pacific.net.sg

How to get there: By MRT: Nearest NEL Station: Little India
By bus: SBS bus 23, 64, 65, 66, 67, 130, 139, 147, 857 along Jalan Besar

Official Website: http://www.most.com.sg

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12 Comments

  1. It’s a wonderful place! Felt like Alice stumbling in Wonderland.. All who loves the taste of bittersweet should visit this museum! It has so much in store for adults and children alike. =)

  2. Thanks for the comment Yu, glad to know you had an enjoyable visit 🙂

  3. I am pleased to be able to visit your blog ! Jean Kestel

  4. Hello Mr. Chan: I was very Pleased to have found your site. Looking through the site it looks like you are doing a wonderful thing. Toys are universal and the delight of the children clearly shows on their faces. Thanks for joining us at Alphadrome and we hope to hear more from you. Thanks ! Mr. Jan Cowman , Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

  5. Hi webmaster!

  6. Hi webmaster!

  7. VERY NICE. I ENJOY VERY MUCH YOU BLOG.NICES PIC.

  8. hi, may I know which is the nearest carpark? Thanks!

  9. Hi Marvin Chan:

    As a freelance writer, I would like to interview you for a profile in TurboJET Horizon magazine, for a section about a Hong Kong native who has relocated to another Asian city. Horizon is distributed freely aboard Shun Tak’s ferries between Hong Kong, Macau and Shenzhen.

    Please email me back at your earliest convenience if you are interested in a phone or email interview.

    Thanks,

    Rebecca

  10. there’s once tat i go,on a sun i rch at 4.45pm ..and i was reali disappointed tat e lady told me tat last ticketing is at 4.30pm..she insisted tat i cnt go in..maybe u’ll shld just state e last so call “ticketing” time..and i took a so long bus journey..

  11. hey i still not quite sure about the address..would u mind to give me this info? thanks

  12. Hello! I have searched the website to try to find photo’s of the toy’s that are at the museum but I must be doing something wrong. I am able to follow the trip through the museum in Nuremberg and Yohahoma and see the wonderful toy’s displayed there but I can not find the displays at MoST. Could someone please give me some specific directions so I can enjoy looking at the toy’s until I can actually make a trip to Shanghai to view them in person. Thank you very much for your assistance in advance. Terry


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