I have been wanting to bring the kids to Yexel’s Toy Museum for the longest time but it’s pretty far from where we live. I’m always on the look out for family activities and places to visit. We finally got the chance on Jael’s birthday!
It was quite a trip to Las Pinas and with the help of Wikimapia and the map that Yexel’s Toy Museum provides on their Facebook page we were able to get there. The museum is located in a neighborhood so parking is a bit difficult. Before going there we had a snack at a nearby store and asked if we could park there while we went to the museum. The owners were kind enough to allow us to leave our car there.
You’ll know when you reach Yexel’s Toy Museum. It’s bright and colorful and has a Spiderman ready to greet you. Upon entering you’ll find the Simpsons lounging around and from here you can tell you’ll have a lot of picture perfect opportunities.
There are so many toys and at various sizes, too. You can get wrapped up just looking at all the kinds of toys on display.
When there’s something strange in your neighborhood… who you gonna call? Ghostbusters!
Lifesize Ironman replicas. Bastian is literally bowing down to them.
Loved watching Dragonball Z! Kame Hame Wave!
Super Mario Brothers!
For the Star Wars fanatics
Some of these busts are out of this world!
Your personal healthcare companion… Beymax!
This Transformers replica is gigantic and is located at the bottom most level of the museum.
Is Yexel’s Toy Museum worth visiting? Yes, it is. Just prepare at least half a day to stay there so you can really get to check out everything on display. It can get crowded and there are times you’ll have to wait your turn to get a picture.