Located within the Palace of Culture and Science in central Warsaw, The Dollhouse Museum is a private collection of dollhouses gathered from around the world.
Polish film director Aneta Popiel-Machnicka began collecting dollhouses in 2006. She amassed such an impressive collection that it toured nationally before she opened The Dollhouse Museum. It is now one of the largest collections of dollhouses in Eastern Europe. The collection represents the art of dollhouse-making and dispels the stereotype that dollhouses are temporary playthings. Some of the items in the museum date back to the 19th century and include familiar structures such as churches, hospitals, schools, and homes.
The Dollhouse Museum is open to the public. Private events can be hosted at the Museum.
Plan your next vacation to include a visit to a play-related store, museum, or private collection.