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The Antique Toy Collectors of America is dedicated to the history and preservation of antique toys. We invite you to read our mission statement and learn more about the ATCA on our website at  ATCA-Club.org

 

United Federation of Doll Clubs

The United Federation of Doll Clubs has a segment of its collectors who actively collect Schoenhut dolls and toys.  The home office of the United Federation of Doll Clubs is located in Kansas City, Missouri.

 

The Wenham Museum
132 Main Street, Wenham, MA

The museum demonstrates how we lived, worked, dressed and played from the 17th century to today.  The Wenham Museum is home to a unique collection of 19th- and 20th-century doll houses.  A train gallery featuring 6 operating model layouts—in G, O, HO, N, and Z gauges—with 12 trains that operate with the push of a button.  Railroad artifacts, memorabilia, large-scale models and antique toy trains are also on display.   Museum collections include 19th- and 20th- century toys, such as board games, puzzles, blocks and educational toys, paper dolls, transportation and mechanical toys, which are displayed on a rotating basis throughout the museum.  There is a display of Schoenhut collectables.

 

Miniature Piano Enthusiast Club

Collectors of toy and miniature pianos. 

Janice E. Kelsh, miniature piano collector  and founder of the Miniature Piano Enthusiast Club
633 Pennsylvania Ave. Hagerstown, MD 21740
Phone: 301-797-7675

 

 Strong National Museum  of Play

Recognized as one of the nation’s top museums for families and children, Strong National Museum of Play® is home to the National Toy Hall of Fame®, the National Center for the History of Electronic Games™, and the world’s largest collection of toys, dolls, games, and other items that celebrate play.


 

Please Touch Museum

Memorial Hall, constructed to be the Art Gallery of the 1876 Centennial Exhibition and first home to the renowned Philadelphia Museum of Art, is the new home of Please Touch Museum, the nation’s first museum for children ages seven and under. Please Touch is a hands-on "first museum experience" for kids, with child-friendly exhibits that are both educational and fun. The museum has embraced the challenge of creating a contemporary children’s museum in a building that embodies the spirit of the Victorian age. The new museum offers 38,000 square feet of brand-new exhibits, the restored century-old Woodside Park Dentzel Carousel, on-site parking and a family-friendly restaurant.


 

Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent

The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent is the gateway to city history.  Founded 70 years ago as the history museum of the City of Philadelphia, students, families, metropolitan residents, national and international visitors discover the city and gain insight into contemporary urban life through exhibitions and programs.  In 2009, major renovations to the historic, 1826 Museum Building are transforming exhibitions, programs, and public services.


 

Milwaukee Public Museum

The Milwaukee Public Museum, one of the largest in the United States, is a museum of human and natural history providing a dynamic and stimulating environment for learning, with something to excite and challenge visitors with a diversity of interests.  With 1500 pieces, the DeFlores Disney collection is one of the largest in a U.S. museum. Museum Building are transforming exhibitions, programs, and public services.


National Building Museum

The National Building Museum is America’s leading cultural institution devoted to the history and impact of the built environment. We do this by telling the stories of architecture, engineering, and design.  As one of the most family-friendly, awe-inspiring spots in Washington, D.C., we welcome visitors from around the world to our exhibitions, public programs, and festivals.  Welcome to the Building Zone, a hands-on introduction to the building arts designed especially for the museum’s youngest visitors, ages 2–6.   Museum Building are transforming exhibitions, programs, and public services.