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Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys, Denver

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3.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • Going round a house/museum full of miniatures may not seem entertaining or fun to everyone but it is really interesting. The scale models of the houses in the local area are incredible, the collection...  read more »
  • I took a 5 and an 11 year old girl. They both had a great time doing the scavenger hunt & quiz. I enjoyed seeing some of the toys from my youth. Since it is in just a house, it doesn't take long to go...  read more »
  • We went because it was free and a rainy day. It's something to do but eh a little bizarre. Can't put my finger on why. Only reason you should go is if it's free and there's nothing else to do. Or if y...  read more »
  • This museum is a interesting place to see, I went for their Star Wars exhibit. It was a large exhibit that featured all types of Star Wars toys both new and from the original movies that first were shown in the 70's. This museum is in an old house and there was no air condition, so it was hot and stuffy. Plus many of the other exhibits were in the hallways of the house which made walking past other people a tight fit. If you like miniatures, dolls, and other toys, then this place is definitely worth a look.
  • Great little museum, fun displays, will be moving to a new site when possible
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  • I brought my two kiddos (girls, ages 4 & 7) and met a friend who brought her two kiddos (boys, ages 3 & 6). I thought the curator was especially kind and considerate--opening the door to us in the rain, and then hanging up my kids' rain coats on the coat rack. The collections are so incredible and unique. I was a bit nervous when we first walked in, as there are many signs that say "Please do not touch," but rest assured that exhibits that are "off-limits" are interspersed with quite a few hands-on collections. Ask for the "Scavenger Hunt" pages--this made our visit so much more fun! And we had an engaging, enjoyable time for an hour, but any more would have been a bit of a stretch given the ages of our group.
  • The Star Wars exhibit was my favorite
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