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DailyOperating time: 10.00 - 19.00
Category : Музеи
Attraction Details :
Batcat Museum and Toys Thailand is located at 3701 Si Nakharin Road (near Lam Samli Intersection), HuaMaksub-district, Bang Kapidistrict, Bangkok, 10240. The area is large with 50-car parks. This museum has the biggest Batman toys collection in Asia and also toys of many other super hero stories such as Superman, Spiderman, Star Wars, and Aliens, that the owner has been collecting for ten years.
Batcat Museum and Toys Thailandwas created by the intention ofKhunSomchaiNitimongkonchai, the number one toy collector of Asia. He has been collecting toys from around the world for more than ten years to open this museum. Today, more than 50,000 toys from the 60s are exhibited here. The toys are in the best condition and their pricesdouble as the time passes.
Apart from numerouscollected toys, the museum will take you back in time to see the legendary superhero, especially “Batman”, the hero of Gotham City through the rare and valuable toys that have been in the best condition since they were produced.
Inside the museum, there are also the Batcat’s store and souvenir zone that sells super hero items for collectors and souvenir for visitors. There are both eastern and western fancy characters. In addition, Batbarang Café is provided for visitors,who are tired and exhausted, with the stable high-speed internet up to 50 megabytes per second
This museum is open from Tuesday to Sundayfrom 9 am to 6 pm, except Monday. The entrance fee for Thai people is 100 baht per person, foreigners 250 baht per person, children 60 baht, and children below 120 centimeters in height free of charge. For more information, call 0 2375 9006 and 0 2377 1908.