. children little museum 2011 edition .

Children Little Museum

The old charm of Singapore comes back to life as you take a lovely stroll through this very quaint and interesting museum that is housed in a tiny shop house. Tucked away in the historic Bussorah Street, the Children Little Museum exhibits an array of toys and items from the 1950’s to 1970’s. Adults will walk down the memory lane as they reminisce about their childhood, whilst children will find it a delight to discover the vanishing activities from the yesteryear.

Experience the many activities that were once part of Singapore’s rich heritage and history. Get a hair-cut at the neighborhood barber shop. Quench your thirst at the old-fashioned 2-wheels drink store. Catch a black-and-white film on an old-school mobile cinema! Get the ride of your life on a vintage Vespa. Be fascinated by the myriad of colorful and kitschy toys that have been replaced by modern games such as X-box, PlayStation and Nintendo Wii.

Embark on a journey that takes you through the snippets from the past.

Watch a classic B/W film for as cheap as 5 cents!

Sums up my 3rd visit to the Children Little Museum 🙂

4 responses to “. children little museum 2011 edition .

  1. So much fun! 🙂 I love that happy robot.

    • Heather! 🙂

      Yes, it’s a tiny but fun-filled museum! 1 of my fav museum, I love it so much that I make it a point to visit it at least once a year! Bet that you guys have tons of private collections/museums in USA too.

  2. Steph! This is the 3rd time you’ve been there yea! Almost or already their ambassador? 😛

    • Hi 🙂

      Yes, you actually remember that it’s my 3rd visit too! I wish I’m their ambassador … any chance, any luck? LOL. but yea, it’s 1 of my “must-visit-once-a-year” places!

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