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Arizona Doll & Toy Museum We invite you to visit the Arizona Doll & Toy Museum, located in the Stevens House at Historic Heritage Square in downtown Phoenix. There is a variety of dolls and toys from yesteryear, as well as familiar modern playthings. The scenario is constantly changing as Arizona collectors share their favorites. You will love the authentic schoolroom of 1912 featuring antique dolls as students. A fully stocked Gift Shop makes available unique gift items for children and adults who are young at heart. Now available for purchase in the Gift Shop: Pudgies and Enesco Kewpies.


Admission: Admission
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, noon-4pm
Closed Mondays and month of August.
Address: 602 E. Adams St., Heritage Square
Phone: 602-253-9337
Our Email: azdollntoy@aol.com

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