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MINT Museum of Toys

26 Seah Street

Singapore 188382

Phone: +65 6339 0660

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MINT Museum of Toys

26 Seah Street

Singapore 188382

Phone: +65 6339 0660

Register Now






MINT Museum of Toys

26 Seah Street

Singapore 188382

Phone: +65 6339 0660

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MINT Museum of Toys

26 Seah Street

Singapore 188382

Phone: +65 6339 0660

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MINT Museum of Toys

26 Seah Street

Singapore 188382

Phone: +65 6339 0660

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Kaiju Terror

Terror in the City! Come witness the King of the Monsters in all its glory, named Godzilla. It is depicted as an enormous, destructive, prehistoric sea monster awakened and empowered by nuclear radiation. With the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the Lucky Dragon 5 incident still fresh in the Japanese consciousness, Godzilla was conceived as a metaphor for nuclear weapons. Enormous in size and strength, this King of the Monsters comes with ‘atomic breath’ and it is usually a violent and destructive force.

 

Program

 

Godzilla is a Japanese kaiju (monster) that first appeared in the 1954 film “Godzilla” and has gone on to appear in numerous films, television series, comic books and other media. Let us take you through the journey of how this Kaiju has been portrayed as an antihero alongside the enemies Godzilla has fought 60 years ago.

From metal die-cast to battery operated remote controlled Godzilla toys, the participants will witness why it is being crowned ‘The King of the Monsters’ as we bring you through a story from its many tales; 1972 film “Godzilla vs. Gigan”, which was another Kaiju that had an epic showdown with this magnificent giant.

After which you will get to create your own box city with Godzilla facing off Gigan or even his most well-known arch-enemy, Ghidorah. A craft activity that brings loads of creativity, fun and perhaps, terror, that allows you to create a city for the epic showdown between Godzilla and other Kaiju tearing through the city and destroying buildings.

 

Who may attend?

This programme is recommended for families with children aged 6 – 12 years old.

 

General Admission (Adult/Child): $20

(Inclusive of museum admission to other levels of the gallery)

 

Enquiries: ticketing@emint.com


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DETAILS

Date: Jun 30 - Jun 30 2019
Time: 02:00 pm - 03:30 pm
Price: $20 (admission fee)

Make & Play programme tickets include museum entrance fee.


LOCATION

26 Seah Street, Singapore 188382