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Dollhouses and Miniatures, Museums, Trains -

Miniature Adventures

Living in the Bay Area we are lucky to have several Miniature Museums and attractions featuring miniature models. 

You ask really, where?

Smallsea Museum of Miniature

Smallsea; A Metropolis in Miniature in Carmel, CA.  It is located in the Barnyard Shopping Center, Suite F-22, Carmel, CA 93923.  It is open Wed.  to Sat. 12-5 and by appointment. Smallsea depicts the city center of a fictional city in Edwardian England circa 1900 to 1905. Contact them at: 831-250-7666

Walt Disney Family Museum

Walt Disney Family Museum  at 104 Montgomery Street, the Presidio of San Francisco, CA.  The Museum is open daily 10AM to 6PM. Exhibits include a scale model of the locomotive, Lilly Belle that Walt helped to build and install in a 1/2 mile track around his home to a 12-foot model of the Disneyland of Walt's imagination.

 

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Open daily 10am–6pm, except every Tues, Jan 1, Thanksgiving & Dec 25 - See more at: http://www.waltdisney.org/hours-location#sthash.gpBqMiNf.dpuf
From the Lilly Belle, the scale-model locomotive that Walt helped build and install on a half-mile track around his home, to a 12-foot model of the Disneyland of Walt's imagination, - See more at: http://www.waltdisney.org/1950s-1960s-big-screen-beyond#sthash.0m2y4aZp.dpuf
From the Lilly Belle, the scale-model locomotive that Walt helped build and install on a half-mile track around his home, to a 12-foot model of the Disneyland of Walt's imagination, - See more at: http://www.waltdisney.org/1950s-1960s-big-screen-beyond#sthash.0m2y4aZp.dpuf
From the Lilly Belle, the scale-model locomotive that Walt helped build and install on a half-mile track around his home, to a 12-foot model of the Disneyland of Walt's imagination, - See more at: http://www.waltdisney.org/1950s-1960s-big-screen-beyond#sthash.0m2y4aZp.dpuf

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