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Imagine if you signed up for all the different Ebay sites around the world, then you searched for "doll" or "job lot of dolls" on each of the sites in the appropriate languages, then you bid the lowest amount possible for all of the items...More
I had very good experience. great place to go with family especially children. you will be able to see dolls from across the globe and different era also. Two things which you will require to keep in mind before visiting this place.
1. you need...More
Kesava Shankara Pillai (31 July 1902 – 26 December 1989)honored with India’s prestigious PADMA VIBHUSHAN award , noted cartoonist, and every Indian’s heart right from our child hood. Before narrating international dolls museum, we must know founder’s biography in precise
Regarding Shankar's:- in 1930’s, his...More
Located next to ito metro station. entry ticket is very cheap. lots of dolls are present. dolls of foreign countries are kept. presented very beautifully. takes only 30 mns to visit the whole museum. must go if you want to see dolls
It is at Ito metro station only 10 steps away.
Ticket price 25 per person adult.
Time required to visit - 30 mins to 1 hour.
I visited with family n small kid.
There 7k dolls
I will rate it average, kids might...More
I loved playing with dolls in childhood. Each and every doll has its unique freature.
As I never got to visit this museum in childhood, I planned to make a visit last year.
There are displayed thousands of varities of dolls, one can't even image....More
The place is at Nehru house, this place is right between herald house and ITO metro station gate exit 4. Entry charges for an adult is just 25 rupees. the names say it all, it is a museum for Dolls which were collected by Mr....More
This place is full of dirty dolls which you may think have been snatched from children and have been put on show .The museum has dolls from different countries showcasing the culture and traditions of the country, but all of them are dirty and poorly...More