Miniature Museum of Greater St. Louis, Missouri Permanent and rotating exhibits featuring dolls and dollhouses, roomboxes and vignettes, furniture and accessories in all scales.
Exhibits: custom-built dollhouse from the estate of Jane Brown of Newburgh, IN., replica of the St. Louis IX Basilica, known as "The Old Cathedral", in downtown St. Louis was built in 1975. the Bevo Mill, Gudgel Houses, the Venegoni Collection (dollhouse miniatures), the Jane Betz Collection (4 buildings, largest and most original Shopping Center), The Tarry Houses (two dollhouses, the Georgian, and the Victorian), The Frank Ress Collection (a Doctor’s Office, Opera Scene from La Boehme, and the Playboy’s Penthouse), Mary Alice Weiskotten 2 houses ( the "Mansion", and a rustic farm house).
The museum has a collection of scale dolls in addition to dollhouses, roomboxes, vignettes, furniture, artisan pieces, and specialty items on display.
Location: 4746 Gravois Rd. St. Louis, MO
Phone: (314) 832-7790
Admission: $5 adults; $4 seniors 62 and up, and youth 13-18; $2 children 2-12; members free.