Exhibits

Smallest of the Small
Until the 20th Century, dollhouses and miniature furniture did not follow a set scale, with even the possibility of having multiple scales within the same dollhouse. As you can imagine, the lack of uniformity can […]
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The work of Nancy Summers
In room four visitors can delight in a cabinet display of work by famed artisan Nancy Summers. Nancy specializes in furniture and upholstery miniatures, although this exhibit shows other work she has done.  She has […]
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Duck decoys
Duck decoys are truly an American tradition, where for thousands of years Native Americans used floating decoys to attract waterfowl. The use of floating decoys found popularity on the East Coast during the late 19th […]
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Dragons on Paper
This exhibit is mounted in room three in the summer of 2020.
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Special Exhibit: On the Job
From January through the end of May, the museum proudly displays On the Job, an exhibit devoted to all kinds of jobs shown in all kinds of settings. Included are: an architect’s office, an office […]
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Hoosier Mini-Mizers
The Hoosier Mini-Mizers in Indianapolis is a club of miniaturists that has existed for many years. Some of their more recent work is displayed in this special exhibit running through the end of May.
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Hoosier Mini-Makers from Pendleton
The Hoosier Mini-Makers from Pendleton formed six years ago and have been very active ever since. Each member is also a member of the National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts, for which the club helps out […]
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