Exhibition Opening: The Art and Mystery of the Dollhouse
The Concord Museum
Concord, MA
October 14, 2016
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Varies from free to $10.

View dollhouses and miniatures from the 17th through early 20th centuries. Discover the dollhouse's evolution from wealthy treasure to colorful children's plaything. Highlights include a rare dollhouse from 1695; "room dollhouses" by one-time Concord resident Ruth Rosenfeld; and a large Hape Dollhouse with which visitors can play. 

There is even a celebrity doll -- Melissa Shakespeare, the beloved doll of children's book illustrator Tasha Tudor. Melissa's doll wedding was featured in Life magazine!  Melissa is also featured in Tasha Tudor beloved alphabet book A is for Annabelle

Enjoy gallery talks and special programs for the young and young at heart. For more information, see our calendar of events

The Art and Mystery of the Dollhouse is made possible by loans from The Strong National Museum of Play, the Family of Tasha Tudor, and a private collector.