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North, South, East and West all offer spectacular views of the mountains and are accompanied by the incredible feeling of stepping back into another time where the Railroad ruled, mining was a way of life & outlaws lived across the street.
They have special collection of Princess Diana and her dresses with Princess D barbie dolls, they have at least 12 dolls wearing the beautiful dresses. Rag dolls and the creepy (for some pretty) very unique dolls (lors of them) from the past with porcelain faces...More
Don’t know as if I’d pay for this but the admission is included with the rest of the museums. Well worth a walk through especially since it’s been paid for in the package deal. The Raggied Ann story was very interesting.
Many assorted toys of years gone by. There are trains, dolls, hobby horses, and much more. Doll houses, Barbie dolls, and more toys the years have forgotten about.
It is very interesting and fun to stroll thru. We enjoyed the look at our childhood. The...More
This museum is included with admission to the Prison Museum across the street. The museum has a great collection of Ragidy Anne dolls, other dolls, and trains. There is a nice train layout with locations in the Deer Lodge area.
It doesn't take too long...More
This place gets some very interesting items from time to time. It is a place that you need to check periodically. The people who staff it are very friendly and always willing to help. I have never found anything that just wowed me but I...More
Included with the admission to the old prison, this attraction is across the road from the prison and contains A LOT of Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls, there are also a lot of old toys and the boys favorite was definitely the trains, it would...More
This place was pretty neat and we enjoyed looking at all of the old toys. Biggest bunch of raggedy Ann stuff I've ever seen. We enjoyed the train room the most. Taking off two stars because it was very smelly (kinda an old basement mold...More