Musée de la Poupée is a private collection of dolls, operating since 1994; here you can see dolls from different periods and countries.
Some of the presented models come even from the nineteenth century - a new section of the exhibition includes models from the years 1800 to 1945. The Museum is of particular appeal to girls - the local dolls are made of different materials - not only of porcelain or plastic, but also of wood, wax, leather, paper mache and plastic.
Here you'll find different types of dolls - from infants and children up to the models for adults. There are Asian, African, Caucasian and mechanical dolls.
The temporary exhibitions are interesting as well - it is advisable to read the current offer of the museum.
Within the museum there is a shop and dolls' renovation studio.
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Musée de la PoupéeImpasse Berthaud (at 22 rue Beaubourg), 75003 Paris France
The Museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 to 18:00. Closed on Mondays, Sundays and holidays.Tickets adults: