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We went there as my friend had promised his grand children to take here . I also decided to relive my childhood . There is good variety of dolls of different times and different parts of states of India and other countries . Governor Amolak...More
a little treasure for children, hidden and quite unknown in sector 23. very quiet, quaint and quite unexplored. a small treasure house of dolls from different parts of the globe and india, and 3D models of famous english classics and hindu mythology.
very informative for...More
Such an amazing experiences. So many bridal dolls representationg each part of India as well as many other countries as well.must visit for children. There is an open air theatre too in which you can relax and watch performances if any in open day light....More
Showcase of dolls from around the world and about the Brides-Grooms of various states of India.
The featured Dolls (most of them are donated by various people from across the world) were just average as far as the creativity is concerned. However, the information provided...More
The doll museum is nice, big, very clean, well lit and has dolls from around the world & from every state in India. Each doll has a small note & the indian ones details about their state. There are dolls too that depict a story...More
The doll museum has a huge collection of dolls from different parts of India and abroad.
What we loved most were the 'sets' of different fairy tales like Aladdin, Ali baba, sleeping beauty, Cinderella etc.
There is also a big aquarium which my little nephew...More
Visited here as part of a guided tour of Chandigarh, so thought I'd give it a whirl.
Not really sure what it was all about, but it didn't really float my boat. A few displays of dolls with regional Indian costumes, but also dolls with...More