The Art & Mystery of the Dollhouse
This enchanting exhibition explores the tiny worlds that capture life's detail and stimulate the imagination.
- Discover a rare dollhouse from 1695.
- View “room dollhouses” that celebrate interior design history.
- Play with a hands-on Hape dollhouse.
- Meet celebrity doll Melissa Shakespeare, whose doll wedding was featured in Life magazine.
Melissa belonged to children’s author and illustrator Tasha Tudor and served as the model for Tudor’s book A is for Annabelle.
Programming for all ages celebrates the craft and the imagination that dollhouses inspire.
Mon.–Sat., 9:00–5:00; Sun., 12:00–5:00 (April - December)
Mon.–Sat., 11:00–4:00; Sun., 1:00–4:00 (January—March)
Members Free - Join Today!Adults $10Seniors (62 & over) $8Students (18 & over with valid id) $8Children (5-17) $5Children under 5 FreeActive Military (with valid id): Free
53 Cambridge Turnpike, Concord, MA, 01742 map
The town of Concord is approximately 20 miles west of Boston. The Concord Museum is easily accessible from Route 495 or Route 128/I95, via Route 2, and is located 1/4 mile east of Concord Center, at the intersection of Lexington Road and Cambridge Turnpike; entrance is on Cambridge Turnpike; parking is free.
The Museum’s front entrance is located at 53 Cambridge Turnpike, Concord, MA 01742.
For more directions via public transit, please see our website: www.concordmuseum.org
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