Dunster Dolls Museum

The Dolls Museum in Dunster is situated in the Memorial Hall. Mrs Mollie Hardwick began collecting dolls in 1957 and these were gifted to the Hall committee on her death in 1970 so that her collection could form a museum. There are over 1,300 dolls, with around 800 on show. The museum exhibits all kinds of dolls, from those in national costume, to artists’ and fashion dolls and a collection of Sasha dolls in 1913 period dress. A dolls house, furniture and model garden are also on display.

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Opening hours

When ever possible. depending on volunteers.
If private access when closed, is required please call 01643 822 315

Admission charges

Free. Donations appreciated

Collection details

Social History

Dunster Dolls Museum
Memorial Hall
High Street
TA24 6SF




01643 822 315

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