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5235 Oak Street
Kansas City, Missouri
Phone: 816-333-2055 --
To procure, preserve, restore, maintain, study, promote, and
miniatures and toys of all kinds, both modern and antique, including
furniture, decorations, houses, and other items, and to preserve and
available such miniatures and toys for public viewing and appreciation.
The Toy & Miniature Museum of Kansas City strives to educate,
inspire and delight adults and children through our world class
collections of toys and miniatures.
21,000 sq ft exhibit space features antiques toys, dolls, doll houses and scale miniatures.
The Toy and Miniature Museum of Kansas City is the embodiment of
childhood fantasies for children of all ages. The collection includes
antiques, toys and fine scale miniatures that amaze and delight the
young at heart. 19th and 20th century toys allow visitors to explore
the evolution of childhood through form, function and production.
Dolls, dollhouses, trains, cars and more than one million marbles serve
as touchstones to connect generations.
The Toy and Miniature Museum of Kansas City features 24 rooms of antique toys, dolls, dolls' houses, trains, and scale miniatures. Toys reflect their time period and become an enjoyable way to enjoy and learn about the past. Generations are able to explore the museum together with childhood being the common link that binds them together.
The museum contains over 100 antique dolls' houses, with thousands of antique furnishings, large collections of cast iron and tin toys and trains.
Major Collections: Antique
Toys and Fine Scale Miniatures.
The Museum's doll collection ranges from the early 1800's to the present, with the major emphasis on late 1800's - early 1900's.
The museum's collection of miniatures features the work of many contemporary artists such as Wm. R. Robertson, John Davenport, Noel and Pat Thomas, and Ernie Levy.
The Museum is located at the corner of 52nd and Oak streets, just South of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, and Southeast of the Country Club Plaza.
Jamie Berry, Executive Director
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