Took my 10 year old granddaughter there yesterday. What a delightful place, a lot larger than it looked. Parking on the street is possible, but there is a parking lot around back, and since the street parking is metered, bring extra quarters (an hour is $.75) or park in the rear. It will take at least an hour, two would be a more leisurely visit, and especially if you plan to shop in the store in the front part of the museum, allow more time. Quite an extensive selection of miniatures to furnish your own dollhouse are available, at what seemed to me reasonable prices. Our favorite "house" was the "Our Lady of Immaculate Deception" convent where babies may be selected...from under cabbage leaves or by purchasing watermelon seeds! Much hilarity resulted from my granddaughter reading all the cute signs posted around the house. The volunteers were informative and charming. All in all, a success, and recommended for "children" of all ages.
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