Monday, November 18, 2019

MUSEUM OF THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY, WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA - PART 2

Just a few of the doll houses from the museum.










I am not sure if this is the actual house described above.  I will know for sure the next time I go.

Below is Shadows of the Tec House, link here showing the original and at this link you can see the front of the model at the museum with more information.  I didn't get any photos of the inside rooms this time.

The following are the inside rooms of Tara from Gone with the Wind.  This time I didn't get the front!  I hope to take my time on our next visit.  Here is a link with more information.





In the portrait above you can just about make out Scarlet O'Hara.  Below you will see the likeness of Rhett Butler.



Closer looks of two of the rooms.
 I would love to see how people make this tiny furniture.  

One more post from the museum will be coming up sometime, but until the next time we go this is all from the doll house exhibit.

Thanks for looking and enjoy your day.
 




26 comments:

  1. These are exquisite, thanks so much for sharing, loved them!

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    1. You are very welcome Christine, so happy you enjoyed.

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  2. Wow, how wonderful! It is like a fairyland of houses. And I see Scarlet and Rhett!! The tall pale blue house is so gorgeous, and I love seeing the interior of Tara!

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    1. Thank you Ginny, I am looking forward to going back for a longer time.

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  3. Aren't they incredible! Tara makes me smile.

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  4. Can’t you just imagine being a little girl and actually playing with a dollhouse even half as wonderful!

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  5. These dolls houses are exquisite Denise. I love looking into them

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    1. Estou feliz que você tenha gostado. Um abraço e uma boa semana continuada para você também :)

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  7. Hello, Wow, these are amazing doll houses. My great -niece would love to have one of these houses for her dolls. Have a great day and new week!

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    1. Thank you Eileen, maybe Santa will stop off at your great-niece's house :) Have a great day and new week to you also :)

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  8. these doll houses are fantastical!!! that means WOW! I LOVE THEM... I always loved doll houses growing up but never had one. I liked and still do the tiny furniture that goes in them

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    1. I didn't have a doll house either Sandra, I think this is why I enjoy them so much as an adult. Definitely got in touch with my inner child :)

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  9. Wow, these doll houses are amazing. I wonder if any little girls ever got to play with them, or they were just collectors' items, or for show?

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    1. I don't think this gentleman had any children, and I may be wrong but I believe these were his collectibles.

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