International Dolls' House Fair
Salon international de la Maison de Poupée
Sunday, June 23 2013
Life in miniature.
The idea of the dolls' house was first seen in Bavaria in the 16th century, where the first dolls' house was made for Albert V, the Duke of Bavaria, only descriptions of which survive.
The dolls' house became particularly popular in the 19th century, evolving into the familiar child's toy in various scales.
Today, numerous collectors are attracted by the delicate skill of dolls' houses and the myriad related miniature objects and accessories.
One of the best ways to further your collection is to attend a specialist fair such as this one.
The Salon international de la Maison de Poupée or International Dolls' House Fair was first held in 2006 in response to a growing demand from the many avid collectors. Since then it has found an increasing number of visitors amongst a French and international public.
Metro Porte de Champerret or Louise Michel
On Sunday 23 June 2013 :
- Sunday from 10:00 to 17:30
Admission prices :
- Full price : 5 €
- Children up to 11 years : Free