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Museum of Miniature Houses & Other Collections

Museum of Miniature Houses & Other Collections Visit our museum and allow yourself to be transported into delightful magical miniature worlds. Pro

The Purposes of the Museum are to preserve and exhibit quality miniature houses, room settings and single pieces, as well as other collections, so that these works of art will not be lost to future generations; to provide educational forums and workshops; to use the exhibits to show the relationship of miniature reproductions to history, architecture and the decorative arts.

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Received some truly gorgeous donations today, including this hand-painted  recreation. Can anyone name the original pain...
09/26/2022

Received some truly gorgeous donations today, including this hand-painted recreation. Can anyone name the original painting at the Louvre that inspired this one?

This library is in the Yellow Georgian House, which was commissioned by Dorothy Stickles in 1979 and donated to the muse...
08/04/2022

This library is in the Yellow Georgian House, which was commissioned by Dorothy Stickles in 1979 and donated to the museum in 2002. Dorothy’s husband had a passion for making model ships, so you’ll find that she always included them in the houses she commissioned. To learn more, visit the museum and take an audio tour!

Not much is known about this doll other than it was completed by Artisan Rosemary Tucker. Rosemary began making miniatur...
07/28/2022

Not much is known about this doll other than it was completed by Artisan Rosemary Tucker. Rosemary began making miniatures around 1982, beginning with bonnets and fashion hats. This progressed to putting the hats on porcelain dolls. Although she did not make the 1” scale dolls, she set out to make them as elegant as their life-sized counterparts. I think we can all agree that she succeeded!

Completed in 1995, the Seven Deadly Sins is a masterpiece of a miniature. Miniaturist Aaron Cullars designed this piece ...
07/23/2022

Completed in 1995, the Seven Deadly Sins is a masterpiece of a miniature. Miniaturist Aaron Cullars designed this piece with a large dungeon (complete with evil wizard) and six vignettes depicting scenarios of the different deadly sins. Interestingly, he did not create a vignette for Gluttony, saying it would have been too easy.

Did you know we used to be open on Wednesdays and Thursdays? Due to the initial Covid-19 outbreak, the museum needed to ...
07/16/2022

Did you know we used to be open on Wednesdays and Thursdays? Due to the initial Covid-19 outbreak, the museum needed to close its doors those two days and has not been able to reopen since. We rely on helpers of the community (aka volunteers) to manage the museum during the week. If you have some spare time, consider volunteering with the museum! It’s only one 5 hours shift a month, and includes benefits such as a store discount, resume building for new graduates, and more! To apply, go to https://museumofminiatures.org/volunteer/.

Behind the scenes mini! Museums regularly have pieces in storage, waiting for their turn to be in the spotlight. This is...
07/13/2022

Behind the scenes mini! Museums regularly have pieces in storage, waiting for their turn to be in the spotlight. This is one such piece, The Gingham Basket. Made from a bicycle basket, The Gingham Basket depicts a basket shop! We can only imagine the artist had fun when making this. Do you have any miniatures in storage that you’d like to put on display again?

For over 30 years Nancy and AJ Quinby, the founders of the miniature company Nantasy Fantasy, have been making exquisite...
07/07/2022

For over 30 years Nancy and AJ Quinby, the founders of the miniature company Nantasy Fantasy, have been making exquisite miniatures. Their work ranges from life-like people to 1” scale Victorian tripod cameras, like the one photographed below. Does anyone have their own Nantasy Fantasy piece? https://nantasy-fantasy.com/

LaVerne Sullivan shows us that, contrary to name, a room box does not have to be a single room. In 1972 LaVerne created ...
07/02/2022

LaVerne Sullivan shows us that, contrary to name, a room box does not have to be a single room. In 1972 LaVerne created The Saloon. In her own words, “The Saloon was my first attempt to pull up and angle walls. With some lessons from a local miniaturist, I had great fun in its construction.” While she made the Bar, Back Bar, and Tables, the rest of the materials are manufactured, except for the dolls which were created and dressed by artisan Gloria Warner.

We can all relate to these ladies; after touring the Unicorn Museum, they just had to rest for a minute! This piece is a...
06/28/2022

We can all relate to these ladies; after touring the Unicorn Museum, they just had to rest for a minute! This piece is an excellent example of how miniatures can tell stories. Created by museum co-founded Suzie Moffett, Suzie collected the unicorns and then needlepointed the tapestries. The dolls were made by Cat Wingler.

Inspiration can come from anything! In this case, Artisan Emma Rogers created this room box, the Modern Living Room/ Din...
06/25/2022

Inspiration can come from anything! In this case, Artisan Emma Rogers created this room box, the Modern Living Room/ Dining Room from a picture she saw in “Architectural Design.” What’s something you’ve used as inspiration?

Miniatures are great opportunities to let your creative side shine. This goes for not just theme, but also small details...
06/22/2022

Miniatures are great opportunities to let your creative side shine. This goes for not just theme, but also small details in the design. Notice that museum co-founder Suzanne Landshof used toy train tracks for trim in Stephen’s Room and real postage stamps to create wall art!

06/17/2022

We are proud participants in the Indiana Arts and Culture Passport! Lasting until May 30th, 2024, the “digital passport” is an encouragement to discover new places and enjoy some of Indiana’s creative spaces. You can sign up online and receive custom prices for visiting multiple destinations across the state. You’ll just need to check-in from a smartphone at one of the designated passport locations. Sign up today and have fun visiting amazing creative spaces across the state! https://www.visitindiana.com/indiana-passports/arts-culture-passport/

Bea and Harold Abbott were generous donors to the museum and avid collectors and creators. One of their collections cons...
06/14/2022

Bea and Harold Abbott were generous donors to the museum and avid collectors and creators. One of their collections consisted of Breyer horses and accessories. The Abbotts had each Breyer horse altered to suit its purpose. All went to an artisan who gave them real manes and tails, and then to another artisan who created the correct tack, which included bridles, reins, bits, and saddles, making each horse distinct. Most of the horses also have an appropriate costumed rider, who is securely mounted.

The Fantasy Doll House, a recent donation, was given to us by Carmel residents Tom and Sandy Beck. It was made during th...
06/08/2022

The Fantasy Doll House, a recent donation, was given to us by Carmel residents Tom and Sandy Beck. It was made during the initial COVID 19 lockdown over the winter months of 2019-2020. It was purchased as a kit of “raw materials,” and each item in the house was handcrafted. It took a little over three months to complete the project.

Date night is coming! From 5-7 on June 11th, explore the museum after hours with your special someone and complete a cou...
06/04/2022

Date night is coming! From 5-7 on June 11th, explore the museum after hours with your special someone and complete a couples scavenger hunt. That said, no date, no problem! Friends are welcome to attend and see how much they know about their best buddy. Admission is $15 for two. There will be music and non-alcoholic drinks provided. To rsvp, email [email protected].

Come see our newest temporary exhibit, “Life is Full of Games!” It includes everything from a vintage Star Trek game, bo...
06/01/2022

Come see our newest temporary exhibit, “Life is Full of Games!” It includes everything from a vintage Star Trek game, board game miniatures, small scale connect four, and more! Collection is on loan by miniature enthusiast Selena Ferguson. Exhibit is on display in Room 3 of the Museum and is included in admission. You can see the exhibit during normal hours of operations, 11-4 Friday-Saturday, and 1-4 on Sunday.

05/26/2022

The Inspiration Room will be closed this Friday, but open Saturday (5/28). Thank you for your understanding.

Our newest donation was made from start to finish by artisan Linda Farris. Linda, an Indiana resident, discovered miniat...
05/25/2022

Our newest donation was made from start to finish by artisan Linda Farris. Linda, an Indiana resident, discovered miniatures in 1975 and, amongst many other things, creates homes in unusual containers. She also enjoys mixing pieces of different scales. This piece, Courtney’s Trunk, created in 1982, is an excellent example of her creativity. Set in a trunk, the bottom half is a miniature scene of a little girl’s room and a green garden. The top half is filled to the brim with dolls that once belonged to her daughter, Courtney. To see it, visit our Inspiration Room- directions on the website.

Date night is back on! We are hosting our first Date Night at the Museum on June 11th from 5- 7pm! Explore the museum wi...
05/13/2022

Date night is back on! We are hosting our first Date Night at the Museum on June 11th from 5- 7pm! Explore the museum with your special someone and complete a mini couples scavenger hunt that is both fun and whimsical. There will be music and non-alcoholic beverages. Best of all, we are offering a discount on admission; $15 for two. Our shop will remain open. If you are interested, let us know! RSVP by emailing Mary at [email protected].

The newest loan to the museum is an excellent example of an artisan taking something real and making it miniature. The T...
05/10/2022

The newest loan to the museum is an excellent example of an artisan taking something real and making it miniature. The Titanic, on loan by Frank Crescenter, highlights the grand staircase/ first class entrance of the ill-fated ship. Measuring 6 feet by 3 ½ feet, you’ll have to see it to appreciate it! Located in the Museum’s Inspiration Room at 1089 3rd St. SW, Suite 204, Carmel, IN. When visiting, remember to enter via the last set of double doors. Do not enter via the lobby.

Unfortunately, the Inspiration Room will be closed Friday, 5/5- Saturday 5/6. For visitors of the museum, you will recei...
05/05/2022

Unfortunately, the Inspiration Room will be closed Friday, 5/5- Saturday 5/6. For visitors of the museum, you will receive a coupon for free admission for a different day of your choice. Thank you for your understanding.

We are actively looking for donations to supplement the museum shop. Shop donations bring in needed revenue for the muse...
05/03/2022

We are actively looking for donations to supplement the museum shop. Shop donations bring in needed revenue for the museum, and support miniaturists who are looking for good prices and quality pieces. Houses, room boxes, building materials, lighting, and furnishings are welcome. For offers and inquiries, please email Kathy Birk at [email protected] and provide a brief description and photo of what you have. For houses, please include a photo and measurements.

This miniature house was donated in 2021 by the family of Ralph & LaVergne Meifert. Ralph built this house in the later ...
04/29/2022

This miniature house was donated in 2021 by the family of Ralph & LaVergne Meifert. Ralph built this house in the later years of his life, finding the work therapeutic while recovering from heart surgery. Ralph was a perfectionist in everything he did- evident in this house where he went so far as to include gutters and downspouts!

Did you know the museum has a FREE audio tour? Covering over 40 displays, the audio tour is a great way to learn more ab...
04/26/2022

Did you know the museum has a FREE audio tour? Covering over 40 displays, the audio tour is a great way to learn more about the history of the pieces, the artists, the inspiration, and little fun facts. For instance, this Manor House was one of 100 handcrafted houses produced in the 1980s in the San Francisco Studios of Eric Lansdown. Eric then moved to France where he planned to spend the rest of his life honing his craft. Want to learn more? Go to www.museumofminiatures.org to find out more about visiting.

Today is the day! Come on over to the Carmel Lions Club at 141 E. Main Street (next to the museum) for our Annual Attic ...
04/23/2022

Today is the day! Come on over to the Carmel Lions Club at 141 E. Main Street (next to the museum) for our Annual Attic Sale. There is ample parking, and more than enough to choose from. Running from 9-3, we are selling homes, room boxes, furniture, accessories, and MORE. Come while supplies last. To learn more, go to https://museumofminiatures.org/attic-sale-2022/.

It's volunteer recognition day! We want to take a moment and thank our wonderful volunteers for their time, efforts, and...
04/20/2022

It's volunteer recognition day! We want to take a moment and thank our wonderful volunteers for their time, efforts, and enthusiasm. If you’ve visited the museum, you’ve probably met one of our volunteers managing the shop, greeting visitors, and more! They are jacks of all trades when “on the clock.” They are the backbone of the museum, and we would not be able to serve the community without them.

Are you ready?! In one week today, the museum will be hosting its Annual Attic Sale. From Room Boxes to a 1:12 grand pia...
04/16/2022

Are you ready?! In one week today, the museum will be hosting its Annual Attic Sale. From Room Boxes to a 1:12 grand piano, we have a little bit of everything for our fellow miniaturists. Depending on weather, there may be several varieties of human-size starter plants for sale. Good smelling and pretty for your garden. This year we have two locations: the Carmel Lions Club (next to the museum and with ample parking) and the Museum. Time is from 9-3. The Inspiration Room and its shop will be open from 9-4. To learn more, go to https://museumofminiatures.org/attic-sale-2022/.

Holiday Hours! The Museum will be closed Easter Sunday and will reopen the 22nd. Thanks, and have a great weekend!
04/12/2022

Holiday Hours! The Museum will be closed Easter Sunday and will reopen the 22nd. Thanks, and have a great weekend!

We are part of the Microsoft Rewards Program!You may ask yourself, “what is that?” By going to https://www.microsoft.com...
04/08/2022

We are part of the Microsoft Rewards Program!
You may ask yourself, “what is that?” By going to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/rewards, you can sign up for these rewards and earn points every time you use the Bing search engine versus Google. An individual can either cash in their points for gift cards, etc. or they can donate the points to a not-for-profit.
Signing up is easy! Sign into your Microsoft account and scroll down to Give with Bing. It will walk you through the steps to add our organization MUSEUM OF MINIATURE HOUSES AND OTHER COLLECTIONS INC. Please copy and paste as seen above.
As always, thank you for supporting the museum!

The Trading Post room box was donated to the museum in 1999 by Vivian Barnes. Vivian was a marvelous doll maker, making ...
04/05/2022

The Trading Post room box was donated to the museum in 1999 by Vivian Barnes. Vivian was a marvelous doll maker, making her own molds, so no two dolls were alike. After creating hundreds of dolls, she began to create the proper settings for them. She continued to do this delicate work until she had to stop due to serious eye problems.

April 23rd is the day! In just a few short weeks we will be hosting our Annual Attic Sale at the Carmel Lions Club and t...
04/02/2022

April 23rd is the day! In just a few short weeks we will be hosting our Annual Attic Sale at the Carmel Lions Club and the Museum from 9-3. The Inspiration Room and shop will be open as well from 9-4. There is a little bit of it all this year, and it’ll be easy to get lost in a world of miniatures as you find the perfect piece for your own collection or find something to inspire a life-long passion. If you are a builder, we have you covered. We’re selling kits, tools, lighting supplies, building, and landscaping materials, craft supplies, and more you can use. Learn more about the event at https://museumofminiatures.org/attic-sale-2022/.

The museum needs supplies for day-to-day operations, and as you can imagine, this begins to add up, sometimes resulting ...
03/25/2022

The museum needs supplies for day-to-day operations, and as you can imagine, this begins to add up, sometimes resulting in picking and choosing what we need most. You can help support the museum, not with donations of funds, but with donations of items. We have an Amazon wish list of important things needed by the museum. This includes packing materials for our active eBay page and a tent for outdoor events and activities. Please take the time to peruse our page and consider giving so we can continue to give back to the community. https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2W0D6I55A5PBT?ref_=wl_share

Due to unavoidable circumstances, we regret to say that Date Night At The Museum has been POSTPONED. We apologize for an...
03/22/2022

Due to unavoidable circumstances, we regret to say that Date Night At The Museum has been POSTPONED. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. When it is rescheduled, we will let you know! Thank you for your understanding.

Are you a museum fan? You may not know this but most of the museums you've visited are not-for-profit, including the Mus...
03/18/2022

Are you a museum fan? You may not know this but most of the museums you've visited are not-for-profit, including the Museum of Miniature Houses, and wouldn't exist without volunteer help. We need weekday docents to open the museum, greet guests, take admission, offer audio tours, and treasure hunts, handle shop sales and close the museum. Best of all you’ll be working in a happy place once a month. You don't have to be an expert on miniatures -- just a lover of the arts and a people person. To sign up, go to https://museumofminiatures.org/volunteer/.

Morticia and Gomez would like to welcome you to their ghoulish, dark, perfectly spooky home! On loan from Linda LaPage, ...
03/16/2022

Morticia and Gomez would like to welcome you to their ghoulish, dark, perfectly spooky home! On loan from Linda LaPage, the Addams Family Dollhouse is a unique addition to our Inspiration Room. Delve into the home based on the Addams Family movies and look for your favorite character, be it Pugsley with his toy guillotine or Grandmama brewing “dinner.” For more information about visiting and seeing the dollhouse in person, visit https://museumofminiatures.org/directions/.

Dollhouses! Room Boxes! Furniture, Accessories, and MORE! The Museum of Miniature Houses has a little bit of it all this...
03/15/2022

Dollhouses! Room Boxes! Furniture, Accessories, and MORE! The Museum of Miniature Houses has a little bit of it all this year for our Annual Attic Sale. Get lost in a world of miniatures as you find the perfect piece for your own collection, or find something to inspire a life-long passion. If you are a builder, we have you covered. We’re selling kits, tools, lighting supplies, building and landscaping materials, craft supplies, and more you can use. More items will be for sale at the Museum and Inspiration Room, including museum quality pieces.

Date: Saturday, April 23, 2022

Time: 9 am- 3 pm

Where: Carmel Lions Club, 141 E. Main St., Carmel (Just next door to the Museum)

We want to share posts that inspire, help, or encourage other miniaturists. So today we’re sharing the Three Brides Dome...
03/08/2022

We want to share posts that inspire, help, or encourage other miniaturists. So today we’re sharing the Three Brides Dome, an example of how less can be more. The bridal dresses are elaborate pieces of work, and by coupling them with simple stands and a planter of white flowers, the attention is drawn to the dresses rather than their surroundings. If you’d like to see more examples of inspirational works of art, visit the Inspiration Room, Tuesdays- Saturdays 11am- 4pm. Directions can be found on the museum website at: https://museumofminiatures.org/directions/.

POSTPONED! We are hosting our first  Night at the  on April 2nd from 5-8 pm (arrive by 7 pm for full experience)! Explor...
03/05/2022

POSTPONED!
We are hosting our first Night at the on April 2nd from 5-8 pm (arrive by 7 pm for full experience)! Explore the museum with your special someone and complete a mini couples hunt that is both fun and whimsical. Explore the museum on your own or take advantage of our free audio tour (takes about an hour to complete). Best of all, we are offering a discount on admission; $15 for two. Our shop will remain open. If you are interested, let us know! via Facebook (scroll down) and/ or email Mary at [email protected].

This toy depicts Hinamatsuri, also known as Doll’s Day or Girl’s Day. It is a special celebration in Japan and held on t...
03/03/2022

This toy depicts Hinamatsuri, also known as Doll’s Day or Girl’s Day. It is a special celebration in Japan and held on the 3rd of March each year. It’s a day of prayer for the health and happiness of all girls. A few days before Hinamatsuri, families with young daughters will set up the Hinadan, a five- to seven-tiered red stand with Hina-Ningyo dolls. These dolls portray, from the top tier down, the Emperor, Empress, attendants, and musicians, each in the traditional court dress of the Heian period. This tradition goes back over 1,000 years.

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For those looking for a unique online experience, The Museum of Miniature Houses & Other Collections does not disappoint. With virtual offerings, you can explore its quirky exhibits from the comfort of Maple Knoll. Click below to learn more!
WATCH the replay of the Season 2 opener of Meet the Miniaturist: http://bit.ly/S2Ep1MMH as we were treated to a virtual walk through of the Museum of Miniature Houses & Other Collections in Carmel, Indiana by Executive Director Elaine Mancini.

Which miniature marvel shared from the collection was your favorite? (It was the tiny radiator cover mounted to the opening panels of the Tudor home for me!).

A BIG thank you to the Elaine for the awesome guided tour and to those of you who were able to join us live!

This programming is free but If you would like to support development of this ongoing series, kindly contribute by heading over to the following link: paypal.me/dthomasminiatures

Sign up at www.dthomasfineminiatures.com so you never miss an update!

TODAY at 4pm EST! Register here: https://bit.ly/MTMS2Ep1

Join us for a special Meet the Miniature: Museum Edition. We'll be getting a virtual walk-through of the Museum of Miniature Houses & Other Collections by Executive Director Elaine Mancini.

Register now for this free event and log on early as attendance is limited.

See you there for our Season 2 opener!

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Thanks to Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks for supporting the CARES Act which resulted in $32,500 in Indiana Humanities CARES Grants distributed in Indiana's Fifth District! We are happy to support the following organizations with COVID-19 relief funding:

The Quilters Hall of Fame
Carmel Clay Historical Society
Museum of Miniature Houses & Other Collections
Zionsville Public Library
Grunewald House

See all the grantees here: https://indianahumanities.org/incares
If you're in the Carmel area tomorrow, check out Nickel Plate Arts artist member Leslie Ober's work at the Museum of Miniature Houses & Other Collections from Noon to 1:00 p.m.:

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Tomorrow is the day for free admission to Conner Prairie, Museum of Miniature Houses & Other Collections, Rhythm! Discovery Center, Indiana State Museum and more, but you have to snag those tickets in advance. Details here:
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