The Little Things:
Featuring Carolyn Robles and Deborah Sliker
August 22, 2023 through February 4, 2024
Fall Break Stop Motion Animation Camp
October 9th through October 13th
Chapter 3 of the Agoraphobia Trilogy by Stephen Farley
April 18 through January 28, 2024
Ara Bentley’s Addams Family Mini Mansion
October 5, 2022 – November 5, 2023
Japanese Netsuke: Upholding Cultural History of Japan
Trenchard and Steep Street in Victorian Bristol, U.K.
Jim Roark’s Metal Monsters
A Spotlight Exhibit
Preserving and Advancing the Art of Miniatures for All
The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures' collection of miniatures includes over 500 antique and contemporary dollhouses and roomboxes, while special exhibitions highlight the breadth and diversity of the art of miniatures.
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Japanese netsuke are cherished and collected for their magnificent design and impressive carving. It is hard to imagine these small sculptures were initially artfully crafted utilitarian toggles, created to secure…Learn More
A Spotlight Exhibit of Historical Figures by George Stuart In 2017, through a generous donation by Eunice and E.G. Hernandez and Family, the museum acquired a collection of 32 one-quarter-life-size…Learn More
Miniatures are for everyone.
The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures welcomes and appreciates all patrons regardless of age, race, color, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, religion, education, class, or ability. Join us as we continually celebrate the diversity in the art of miniatures and those who make, preserve, and enjoy them.
Restoration of a Miniature
Meet local artists, John Ackerman and David Fischer, and watch their restoration efforts on a model fire station built by Tom Showers in 1965 in this series of demonstrations. Included with museum admission.