Exhibits

Our Favorite Hobbies
The exhibit features scenes of our favorite pastimes – everything from gardening to fishing. Featured artists include Ella Reulbach, Ruth Elizabeth Jefferson and Kurt Owens, amongst others. The exhibit was on display in the fall […]
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The American West
This Town Ain’t Big Enough for the Two of Us: Scenes from the American West in Miniature. This exhibit explored scenes from the American West both past and present. The Old West has inspired artists […]
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Tin Dollhouses of Post-World War II America: 1940s – 1970s.
Pressed steel (also known as tin) dollhouses were first introduced in 1948 and dominated the 1950s, remaining popular until the 1970s. The economic boom after WWII, an active steel industry, and the introduction of hard […]
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The Extraordinary Sahlberg House On Display
The Museum of Miniature Houses features the Sahlberg, an elaborate miniature house measuring 49 inches tall, 72 inches wide and 20 inches deep that has unexpectedly become available for our museum to display. Jimmy Landers […]
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Exhibit: The Design Talent of Brooke Tucker
Now on display in room three is The Design Talent of Brooke Tucker. Brooke Tucker’s work is widely recognized, and her ability to capture the dramatic is unsurpassed. Her flair for theatrical designs was without […]
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On the Job
Various types of work in a variety of settings. Was on exhibit Spring 2020.
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Exhibit: Carmel High School’s Minumentals Winners
The Museum of Miniature Houses is hosting the winning miniatures of the 13th annual Carmel High School Art Department Minumental Competition. Department chair Jennifer Bubp explained, “This year’s theme is ‘Kindness Matters.’ Carmel High School […]
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Founders Exhibit
This year we celebrate our 25th anniversary. On view until Jan. 2019 are miniature masterpieces made by our three co-founders: Suzie Moffett, Suzanne Landshoff and the late Nancy Lesh..
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Good Enough to Eat
Now until May 26, the Museum proudly displays a special exhibit called Good Enough to Eat. The exhibit focuses on some of our favorite foods in miniature, from preparation stages to iconic packaging. On display […]
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Exhibit: The Design Genius of Frank Lloyd Wright
January 24, 2018 is the opening day of a special exhibit called The Design Genius of Frank Lloyd Wright. Frank Lloyd Wright was one of the most prolific and renowned architects of the 20th century, […]
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The Arts in Miniature
January 24, 2018 is Opening Day of the Exhibit: The Arts in Miniature. This exhibit of scale miniatures from the Museum’s collection depict the performing arts, including music and theatre, and the visual arts, including […]
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New Exhibit: Miniature Art by Ella Reulbach
Our most complete exhibit to date of miniature art by Ella Reulbach, Fall, 2017. Ella specializes in miniature scenes that come out of everyday life, like kids on a basketball court, a service station (complete […]
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The Furnishing Touch
“The Furnishing Touch” was an exhibit that tells a history of American home furnishings in miniature. The exhibit begins with The Mannerist style (1600-1700) that was popular with English settlers in America, through The William […]
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Hoosiers Making Miniatures
The Museum mounted an exhibit about professional miniature artisans who have lived and/or worked in Indiana. The exhibit has been designated an official Legacy Project by the Indiana Bicentennial Commission. Many of these miniaturists have […]
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