Mexican Antique Toy Museum

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Mexican Antique Toy Museum

The Mexican Antique Toy Museum (Spanish: Museo del Juguete Antiguo Mexicano or MUJAM) is a unique place where you can step with your child back in time and learn about Mexican society through its old toys. The collection, started by architect Roberto Shimizu over 50 years ago, features over 40 thousand pieces: from figures of superhero, to doll houses, trains, spinning tops, carts, robots and more. The museum holds also temporary exhibitions dedicated to various toys as well as pop culture characters such as Harry Potter, Hello Kitty, Pokemon and Barbie. One of the rooms


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Calle Dr Olvera 15, Doctores, Mexico City, Cuauhtémoc, Mexico
06720 Mexico City, Mexico
01 55 5588 2100

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