666 Behind Quirino Grandstand, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila
I think if there's one thing that remains in most of us at every age – it would be the love for toys. And Yexel’s Toy Museum at Manila Ocean Park – the second collection by Yexel Sebastian, a Filipino toy enthusiast who’s been collecting toys since he was 7 – is just the place for it.
At the museum, both the young and young at heart will have lots of fun interacting with human-sized toys, get creative with upside-down rooms, and experience the feeling of sitting on the Iron Throne.
Here’s a tip for you if you’re planning to visit: get there as early as possible as the crowd starts to build up in the later part of the day. Also, it’s best to go on a weekday as it’s less crowded then, unless it happens to be a holiday.
Have a go at being Ironman, even if just for a day.
I’m your friendly neighbourhood… nope, this is just an upside-down illusion.
Help! I’ve been abducted by Darth Vader.
You will also find a decent view of Manila Bay on one side of the museum.