The last week, I have lapsed into second childhood by visiting the Doll Museum, located into the third arrondissement of Paris.
This charming little museum presents the private collection of father and son Guido and Samy Odin, united by the same passion, the dolls.
When you will enter the museum, you will learn a little more about the history of the famous toy from its creation to its use in different countries and the materials used in its fabrication.
Then, if you want to complete your visit, you will see from October 5th the exhibition “boy toy”.
The collection has grown since the museum opened in 1994, thanks to the donations. But this lovely place has also become a clinic for your dolls in distress !
Practical Information :
Hours : Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm (closed on Mondays and during the public holidays)
Address : Impasse Berthaud (around 22 rue Beaubourg), 75003 Paris (metro Rambuteau)
Website : www.museedelapoupeeparis.com
Mental and aural “Handicap and Tourism” National Label, wheelchair access