Exhibits

French Bedroom Honeymoon 1939
Museum co-founder Suzanne Landshof’s French Bedroom Honeymoon 1939 shows the bride’s room as she unpacks for the honeymoon.
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Suzanne Landshof’s New Orleans Breakfast
Museum co-founder Suzanne Landshof’s New Orleans Breakfast is part of a pair. Shown here in detail is the groom's pre-wedding breakfast in New Orleans while its partner room box, French Bedroom Hone...
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Chicken Kitchen
The Museum of Miniature Houses and Other Collections recently received a donation of nine room boxes from museum co-founder Suzanne Landshof, including her Chicken Kitchen. Suzanne has dedicated the l...
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Suzanne Landshof’s room boxes
The Museum of Miniature Houses and Other Collections recently received a donation of nine room boxes from museum founder Suzanne Landshof. Suzanne has dedicated the last four decades and devoted count...
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The wonders of Paul Saltarelli
Paul Saltarelli has been honored as a juried artisan in the International Guild of Miniature Artisans for his work in miniatures, namely creating paintings and painted furniture. Saltarelli is a...
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Bad, bad kitty
Bad Bad Kitty was created and donated to the museum by Linda Knight in 2013. On a trip to a miniature show, Linda accidentally knocked over some porcelain. The dealer made Linda buy the broken pie...
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Dogs, Dogs, and More Dogs
Dogs made by Carol Cardinal and Gail Morey. Carol Cardinal specializes in animals, particularly dogs, Carol started making dogs in 1980 and is completely self-taught. Though she specializes in dogs...
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Tilt-top table by Gerald Crawford
With its cabriole legs, tilted tabletop, and mahogany finish, this tea table is characteristic of the 18th Century. This table captures the Chippendale style with its blend of Gothic, Rococo, and Chi...
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Royal Wedding Dining Room
The commemorative vignette of Prince Charles and Lady Diana's 1981 Wedding Dining Room was donated by Dorothy Stickles in 2002. It is unclear as to who created the room box but the silver is by IGMA F...
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Victoria’s Choice
Victoria’s Choice was made from a kit sold by Real Good Toys Company. Suzanne Landshof, a Museum co-founder, did all of the finishing, window treatments, curtains, bedding, and most of the carpets....
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Major Taylor’s bicycle
The museum's replica of the bicycle Major Taylor raced in 1898 was made by John Muse, a museum volunteer. He spent more than 200 hours, ensuring each detail was true to the original design. The result...
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The California Contemporary
The California Contemporary house was created and donated by Mrs. Bernice Wolf. It is a rare example of a 3/4” to 1’ scale. Mrs. Wolf said that while she was antiquing, she saw something in a ...
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Meet museum co-founder Suzie Moffett
Suzie Moffett co-founded the Museum of Miniature Houses, incorporating in 1991 and opening the museum to the public in August 1993. Her entry point was needlework: curtains, bedspreads, upholstery,...
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The 1861 House
The oldest house in our permanent collection is the house made by Thomas Russell in 1861 for his niece. (The following letter was handwritten by the builder of this house and concealed behind a...
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Permanent Collection

Our museum’s collection comes from the more modern miniature world and includes children’s doll houses that are not to scale (and have been well-loved), as well as small scale reproductions of ...

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