Reflection of Home

Make your own little model house reflecting your 'special' place and taking inspiration from all the lovely doll’s houses in the Museum of Childhood.

Reflection of Home

About Reflection of Home

Museum of Childhood is packed with lovely doll’s houses. Taking inspiration from the houses, you will get the chance to make your own little model house, reflecting your 'special' place. You can add Christmas sparkle and garden features.


Come along to the museum and join our drop-in family sessions, running the last Saturday of each month (except December) with artist Norlyne Rosewarne. Each session is devised to take inspiration from our unique collections and where you will get the chance to make something very special. Sessions are free and drop in, so there is no need to book, just come along! This programme is generously sponsored by the Friends of the City Art Centre and Museums.

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