In compliance with mandate of government and public health officials, and following the example of other museums as well as public school systems, The Great American Dollhouse Museum will close temporarily. We will miss all of you and look forward to seeing you when we re-open. You are very important to us and we thank you for your support and patronage.

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Visitor Information

You are always welcome to buy tickets at the door on the day you visit, and you can also visit Trip Advisor and buy tickets there.


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

(We close for snow days.)


July 4
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Eve and Day
New Year's Eve and Day


Adults ~ $9
Seniors ~ $8
Kids 4-12 ~ $7
Under 4 ~ Free


Click here for information on all group visits


344 Swope Drive
Danville, KY 40422
Map: click here


(859) 236-1883



All about our store

wheelchair accessible

Patron at Dollhouse MuseumClick here to see a full-page Google map for The Dollhouse Museum.

Patron at Dollhouse MuseumThe only food in the Museum is miniature food, but we'll be happy to direct you an assortment of great eating spots in and around Danville.



We're glad to see you and appreciate your support. Be sure to let us know if there is anything we can do to make your visit more enjoyable!

Please tell your hotels and restaurants that the Dollhouse Museum brought you to Danville.

Tickets and Tripadvisor

You are always welcome to buy tickets at the door on the day you visit, but if you’d like to purchase them ahead, you can do that using TripAdvisor Experiences. Although tickets purchased through TripAdvisor bear a particular date, we honor your unused ticket at any time before or after the ticket date!


Easy-access parking lot is located at 307 N. 6th Street, Danville, KY 40422. The Museum, miniatures shop, and restrooms are 100% wheelchair friendly.


The Museum is fully air-conditioned in summer and heated in winter. Chairs and benches are available for resting throughout the Museum.

Patron at Dollhouse MuseumSome of the residents of our Museum get lonely and are eager to greet new visitors.