The Teddyville Museum displays the first and the largest collection of Teddy Bears in Malaysia. The bears come from various nations and eras. The first batches ever made is as early as the 1900’s. The bears ranges from miniature to human sized.
The museum has a unique way showcasing the bears by integrating them with the Penang’s history and attractions. The miniature bears are dressed and placed in small sets that represent the many attractions that Penang has to offer.The visitors will have the opportunity learning about Penang in a fun way.
The museum also displays human sized teddy bears that are dressed to exhibit cultural features of Penang. They also have teddies that represent iconic Penangites like Tan Sri P.Ramlee, Dato’Jimmy Choo, Dato’ Nichole David, Dato’ Lee Chong Wei and many more.
The TeddyVille Museum also provides the visitors with the opportunity to build their own teddy.
Image by: TeddyVille Official FB
Daily: 9.00 a.m – 6.00 p.m
Adult: RM 36.00
Student: RM 29.00
Children: RM 25.00
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I really enjoyed my visit to the Teddyville Museum and it exceeded my expectations with its beautiful sets, meticulous attention to detail and wonderful showcase of Malaysian heritage. I think it’ll be a great place to take the kids to and teach them in a fun and educational way about Penang’s history and culture.
We started off by entering the history museum of the different Teddy Bear and how they were originated from the different countries they came from. It’s intriguing reading about these histories especially how they evolved and became so important after the World War.
We like the concept of this Teddyville Museum, not only that we learned the history of teddy bears, we also think it’s a good place for people to learn the culture of Penang in a very cute and interesting way.
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