Yexel's Toy Museum: the Perfect Place for Kids & Kids at Heart
Yexel's Toy Museum: the Perfect Place for Kids & Kids at Heart

Yexel's Toy Museum: the Perfect Place for Kids & Kids at Heart

In this era where kids define fun as XBOX, Facebook, Ipad, RPG games, and so on; a Toy Museum came to the rescue and proved that the presence of real toys bring incomparable enjoyment than those of virtual.

Yexel’s Toy Museum at Las Pinas City

How To Get There:
Yexel’s Toy Museum is one of the latest and must-see attractions within the metro. It is located at 52 Sampaguita Road, BF Pilar Village, Las Pinas.

Yexel’s Toy Museum is a gallery of Yexel Sebastian’s toy collection. His collection ranges from miniatures to life-sized toys to ahmmm… a 2-story-high robot. He opened his toy collection to the public last August 26, 2012. For more information, you can visit their official Facebook Page You can contact them at +639157714777.

Now, let’s all be kids for a while. 🙂

Just right beside the museum’s reception, this life-sized Simpsons will welcome you.
This popular colorful family indicates that this tour in the museum will be real fun!

Cool! A life-sized Lightning McQueen from the Cars Movie

Same-Same 🙂
Weee! My dream to be a cartoon character just turned into reality. Waaah!
Yexel’s Toy Museum is just soooo overwhelming!
This 2013, Everyone I know is getting married.
No one found the other pair of my glass slipper yet so just chase me if you can.
(Feeling Disney Princess lang?!?)

Oha! Sonic Boom!

And presenting… *drum rolls please*
The highlight…
…the King of all Toys here in Yexel’s…
The 18-feet half body replica…


The World’s Largest Optimus Prime Headbust…


with my cousin Bea

Definitely, Yexel’s Toy Museum is a must-visit!

Yexel’s Toy Museum is open everyday until January 6, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM.
Regular Operation: Fridays to Sundays 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM.
Entrance Fee: Php300.00 per head


  1. Thanks for sharing this. I didn't know we have something like this here in the Philippines. I like it so much I recommended it in Special Education Philippines Facebook Fan Page and gave credit to your post of course. Hope you can share more museum tours this year. 🙂

  2. Anonymous

    @ Dems,sorry for the connfusion. It will be open every day until January 6 but regular operations will resume after that which is from Fridays to Sundays only

  3. I was dismayed to read it would be until January 6 only, but good that you clarified that they will still be open weekends the rest of the year. I really hope I can bring my kids here one day. The entrance seems expensive, are there more exhibits aside from the ones who featured in this article?

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