Piccolo Museo di Bambole e altri Balocchi (Little Museum of Dolls and Other Toys) displays dolls and toys dating back to different eras (from 1860 to 1950). The collection includes dolls made of porcelain, cloth, celluloid and papier mâché, as well as tiny rooms, little shops and furnished kitchens, miniature dollhouses, stuffed toys and rocking horses.
The museum is not only a journey into the past, but rather an opportunity to observe how lifestyle and toys have changed over time. Some of the show-cases in the museum are dedicated to the world of school with books, note-books, pen shafts, pen-nibs and ink bottles. Old garments for children and newborn babies and craft dolls from all over the world are on display too.
Until January 6th: every day 10.30am - 12.30pm / 3pm - 6pm
From January 6th: every day except on Mondays and Thursday afternoons 10.30am - 12.30pm / 3pm - 6pm
The Museum is closed on Monday and Thursday afternoon, furthermore the museum is closed on December 25th and January 1st.
Concession for groups
The Museum organizes guided tours for schools, Cral and groups by appointment. Guided tours last about one hour
The museum is situated in the pedestrian zone of the city centre; car park 50m away (in Piazza Kennedy), bus stop 50m away (in Piazza Kennedy).
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Last modified date: 18/11/2016