The Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys is very excited to present a special exhibition in honor of the 100 years of Girl Scouts. The exhibition was organized by one of our members, Phyllis Jones, who has been a Girl Scout for 84 years! She and a group of friends researched scout uniforms throughout the years and recreated them for 13 dolls. The exhibit also includes collectible Girl Scout and Juliette Low dolls, along with a Girl Scout's bedroom in miniature. The exhibit will run from January through December 2012.
Please contact Jillian at (303) 322-1053 or at email@example.com if you have questions, or would like to bring your troop to the Museum.
The Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys
offers workshops for Girl Scout troops. Whether you are working on badges, try-its, journeys, or just looking for a fun field trip, Museum staff can find the right workshop for your troop. Some of our most popular include folk dolls, finger puppets, miniatures rooms, and miniature gardens.
Cost: Most of the workshops are $5 - $7 per
participant, depending on the craft you select. This fee includes admission to the
Museum. Admission for adults is $6. There is a $50 minimum for workshops.
Special workshops designed for Boy
Scouts are available. Please call for more information.
Scheduling: Please call (303) 322-1053 or email education@DMMDT.org for a reservation. Reservations are available Wednesday through Sunday. Please note that the Museum closes at 4:00pm. After hours workshops are available at a cost of an additional $20 per hour.