The International Doll’s museum was built in 1957 in order to display some of the best and unusual dolls from all over the world. Today, the museum proudly puts on display 6500 dolls from over 85 countries. The museum is divided into two major segments; one having dolls from Greece, Yugoslavia, Mexico, Poland, Thailand, South Korea, the United Kingdom, USSR, etc.
In the second section, dolls from Asian and Indian places have been put on exhibit. The museum has dolls with unusual themes like man on the moon, Japanese Kabuki dancer, etc. The major pull factor of the museum is the Doll Workshop. A visit to the doll museum is a treat for people of all ages.