The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures is an enchanting place that displays over 300 antique and modern room boxes and dollhouses with the hopes of showcasing and preserving the art, history, and architecture of making miniatures.
There are three permanent collections: The Enchanted Realm, The History and Antiques Gallery, and the Exploring the World Gallery. The Enchanted Realm, a magical world of tiny woodland creatures, fairy castles, witches, and snow villages. The History and Antiques Gallery shows pieces from different historic periods, including a miniature house from 1775, one of the oldest in the US.
The Exploring the World Gallery displays miniatures from other cultures, among them the cultures of France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, and Thailand. The Museum is a private non-profit organization created by Patricia and Walter Arnell. It offers numerous outreach programs, a summer camp program, and guided school tours.
4455 E. Camp Lowell Drive, Tucson, Arizona, Phone: 520-881-0606 Photo: The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures
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