Salavat Fidai microsculptures on the tip of a pencil - lion from House of Lannister, Game of Thrones; tree and earth, frog and balloon dog

The Pencil is Mightier:

Art on the Tip of a Pencil by Salavat Fidai

February 15, 2024 through May 15, 2024

On the Road Again

Americana in Miniature by Connie Sauve

January 30, 2024 through April 28, 2024

Ara Bentley’s Captain's Quarters

November 7, 2023 – November 2, 2025

Summer Camp 2024

July 8, 2024-August 2, 2024

Preserving and Advancing the Art of Miniatures for All

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. 

Upcoming Events

Apr 20

Tiny Tales for Tots

April 20 @ 11:00 am

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May 11

Minis For All

May 11 @ 1:00 pm

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May 18

Tiny Tales for Tots

May 18 @ 11:00 am

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Current Exhibitions

Ono No Tofu and the Frog

Japanese Netsuke: Upholding Cultural History of Japan

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…

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Home on the Range by Connie Sauve - cowboy and campfire inside a lantern with a model horse outside the lantern.

On the Road Again: Americana in Miniature by Connie Sauve

January 30, 2024 through April 28, 2024 The dream of travel is one we can all relate to, especially with the start of a new year. In her latest solo…

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Jim Roark’s Metal Monsters

Jim Roark’s Metal Monsters

A Spotlight Exhibit Jim Roark’s “metal monsters” are full of nostalgia for the glory days of the automobile.  His miniature American classic cars are not your typical miniature collector cars;…

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Museum membership is the best value and shows your support of the museum. Most packages pay for themselves in just one or two visits.

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Miniatures are for everyone.

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.

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.

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