Dolls and toys of today and yesteryears.
This 1895 Queen Anne house/museum has antique toys, dolls, and over sixty dollhouses. Each dollhouse is complete and the architectural style and furnishing reflect the times in which it was built.
Unique exhibits will capture your imagination and bring back childhood memories. Learn about architecture, interior design, lifestyles, art, fashion, history and folklore. Feature exhibits change periodically. The collection encompasses more than 10,000 items dating from 1680 through today. From Jumeau to Barbie, artisan-created miniature replicas, and handmade wooden toys to manufactured metal and plastic cars…the exhibits inspire memories and motivate reflection and personal experience.
An historical reference of antique and contemporary dollhouses, miniatures and sample furniture as well as
dolls, toys, trains, boats, and planes, both European and American, from the 18th to 20th centuries.
This collection of over 100 dollhouses and rooms, antiques as well as the newly crafted miniatures made by talented artisans serves as a visual documented piece of history.
One of the world's foremost doll collections, in an exquisite setting designed to showcase the art of the doll. The museum houses more than 3000 dolls on display as well as for sale.