Overview

Princeton Doll and Toy Museum displays the evolution of dolls and toys from the 1600's to present. Our permanent collection and quarterly special exhibits offer many fine examples of dolls and toys of all types. In addition, we show award-winning miniature rooms, Bliss doll houses, and doll accessories.

Visitors of all ages delight in joining Alice and the White Rabbit for tea in Alice in Wonderland House, while Storybook House presents a wide array of dolls and toys associated with children's stories; e.g., Little Red Riding Hood, Wizard of Oz, The Three Bears, etc..

Library and Gift Shop

Our research library of over 400 volumes on dolls, toys and antiques is available for use without charge. The museum gift shop offers for sale antique and modern dolls; doll clothing, shoes, wigs and accessories; and doll and toy related cards and gifts. Appraisals and restoration services are also available.

Contributions

Princeton Doll and Toy Museum is a New Jersey non-profit corporation dedicated to providing education and appreciation of dolls and toys. We are recognized as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization by the United States Internal Revenue Service. Gifts to the museum are appreciated and are tax deductible.

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Hours

Monday, Friday & Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Admission

The gift shop and library are free to the public. Museum admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children (must be accompanied by an adult). A $25 family membership entitles members of the immediate family to unlimited admission for one year.

Directions

Take New Jersey Route 518 into Hopewell, New Jersey. Turn north at Hamilton Avenue and go two blocks to Somerset Street. Museum is at this intersection. Mapping

Contact

Virginia B. Aris, Director
Telephone: (609) 333 - 8600
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