Krirk Yoonpan’s Million Toys Museum
This private museum showcases one man’s passion for toys – thousands of them, from tin robots to antique dolls and life-sized Japanese superheroes. Inspired by Japan’s Kitahara Tin Toy Museum, the owner Krirk Yoonpan decided to acquire his own collection and, in 2008, opened the Million Toys Museum to the public. The museum building itself is constructed in the style of a rice warehouse, but painted in pastel blue-and-white colours to add an element of fun. Inside, various toys and antiques fill the display shelves and cabinets, and even more toys await you on the second floor. Don’t forget to drop by the museum’s souvenir shop, where some of the tin toys you see inside the museum are available for sale.
Opening Hours: 09.00 – 16.00 (closed Mondays)
Location: U-Thong Road, northwest of the Royal Palace
How to get there: From Pa Thon Road, turn right into Khlong Tho Road and continue until it meets U-Thong Road. Turn left into U-Thong and the museum will be on your right-hand side.