Dunster Dolls Museum

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Dunster Dolls Museum: Over 900 dolls from around the world based on the collection of the late Mollie Hardwick. A unique display of dolls of many periods with many costume and foreign dolls, immense variety. Established 1971. A visit will bring back childhood memories. Also a dolls' house, Britain's garden, christening and baby gowns, 20 costumed 'sasha' dolls, some dolls' furniture and crockery. Illuminated displays, and recent additions.

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History Museum:5.3/10
Popularity rank: #3856


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Dunster village is within easy access of the A39, there are four main car parks situated around the village. The easiest and largest, is the National Trust car park located off the A39, signed posted separately as Dunster Castle, and free for those with National Trust membership. Two car parks are situated at the north and south of Dunster, both are small and get packed at busy times. There are around 15 on road parking spaces located in the High street, directly in front of the Memorial Hall, even at the depth of off-season these spaces are limited.


Opening times (April - September):
10:30 - 16:3010:30 - 16:3010:30 - 16:3010:30 - 16:3010:30 - 16:3014:00 - 17:3014:00 - 17:30
*Closed Bank Holidays




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Address: Dunster Dolls Museum, Dunster Memorial Hall, 17 High Street, Dunster, Somerset, TA24 6SF, UK
Phone: +44 1643 821220
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