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A visit to the Great American Dollhouse Museum

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The Great American Dollhouse Museum, 344 Swope Drive, Danville, KY, is located in a 6000sqft WPA building in downtown Danville, KY. The museum features over 200 dollhouses, including "a complete miniature town circa 1910, includes mansion, business, retail and factory districts as well as a Shaker village."

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Great American Dollhouse Musuem

2017-06-17 - Danville, KY - Photo by Pen. In June of 2006, the museum moved into this 6000 square foot historical building near downtown Danville, Kentucky, constructed in 1939 under the Works Progress Administration.
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Dollhouse Mansion District

2017-06-17 - Danville, KY - Photo by Pen.
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Dollhouses: Detail from the fantasy section

2017-06-17 - Danville, KY - Photo by Pen.
A detail from the fantasy section of the Great American Dollhouse Museum, "a heavily forested fantasy land with faeries, elves, witches, trolls and a walk-in dragon cave."

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