"I had no idea the Museum was so big!"

A mansion neighborhood, one of several historical districts.

A group of women working hard at The Copper Hollow Garment Company.

A jazz band practices in the Factory District.

Videos

Dollhouse Welcome VideoOur Welcome Video gives you a quick tour of the entire Museum, with all exhibits.

Video
Watch our popular video about the goings-on with Gregory and the nanny, featuring the miniature scenario “Bad Kitty” by Alice Zinn.

KET video
Kentucky Educational Television's documentary for Kentucky Life.

36 video
Lexington's Channel 36 video feature for ABC News.

Miniature Quest
Watch our video about the two brothers quest for their long-lost third brother.

Welcome

The Great American Dollhouse Museum showcases over 200 dollhouses, miniature buildings, and room boxes, furnished in remarkable detail and populated with tiny people at work and play.

The Museum’s unique focus is the depiction of American social history in miniature. The Exhibition Hall presents as three major areas. The first, a timeline of United States History from Native American through Colonial, Old West, early Southwest and modern eras, gives the visitor a vivid sense of what it would be like to live in different regions of our country at various times in the past. The second major display area, a complete miniature town circa 1910, includes mansion, business, retail and factory districts as well as a Shaker village. Here, the visitor is lured into detailed fictional stories of the lives and characters of the town.

The last section of the Museum contains a heavily forested fantasy land with faeries, elves, witches, trolls and a walk-in dragon cave. It’s just for fun and always well-loved by visitors of all ages.

 

There's ONLY ONE!

A high honor bestowed by the Kentucky Tourism Cabinet, we've been designated an "Only One." Take a look.

 

A Must see!

Kentucky 101

Acclaimed travel writer Gary P. West calls the Museum one of Kentucky's most important destinations, emphasizing "the wow factor." Check out his book.

 

A visit from Bill Fortney and Ricky Skaggs!

Photography expert Bill Fortney brought his Nikon Workshop to visit with us country and bluegrass star Ricky Skaggs. See pix and read more.

 

THE DOLLHOUSE MUSEUM ON A&E SHIPPING WARS

A&EA recent epsode of A&E's Shipping Wars covered a tricky delivery to the Dollhouse Museum, featuring Curator Lori Kagan-Moore. See the photos. (Same episode as the infamous bee shipment.)

Visitor Information

HOURS

Tuesday ~ 11-5:00
Wednesday ~ 11-5:00
Thursday ~ 11-5:00
Friday ~ 11-5:00
Saturday ~ 11-5:00
Closed Sundays & Mondays

ADMISSION

Adults ~ 7.95
Seniors ~ 6.95
Kids 4-12 ~ 5.95
Under 4 ~ Free
Members ~ Free (learn more)
Groups ~ Click here

ADDRESS

344 Swope Drive
Danville, KY 40422
Map: click here

PHONE:

(859) 236-1883

EMAIL

info@TheDollhouseMuseum.com

SCOUTS

Click here for special scout programs.

BIRTHDAYS

Click here for birthday program

SCHOOLS

Click for school programs

MINIATURES STORE

All about our store

wheelchair accessible
Wheelchair
Accessible



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