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TheJohnny Gruelle Raggedy Ann and Andy Museum


category : Museums
The only official licensed Raggedy Ann and Andy Museum in the world! Dedicated to preserving the life and times of Arcola born John Gruelle, who created the characters. Visit our gift shop filled with licensed products.


Admission: Suggestion $1 donation, Children 12 and under free.
Hours: Tues-Sat 10am-5pm, Closed Sun-Mon. Closed Jan-Feb, open by appt.. Closed major holidays.
Address: 110 Main St.
Phone: 217-268-4908
Our Website:www.raggedyann-museum.org

Come visit us in Arcola, Illinois

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