National Black Doll Museum of History & Culture
"Celebrate Black History through the eyes of a doll collector."
288 N.main Street, Mansfield, MA 02048
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The National Black Doll Museum (//nbdmhc.org/), a national treasure and the only museum of its kind, is a nonprofit formed from the collection of three sisters: Debra Britt, Felicia Walker, and Tamara Mattison. The collection of dolls and artifacts numbers more than 10,000 and continues to grow. The oldest piece - a wishbone - dates back to 1847 The National Black Doll Museum is presented by the Doll E Daze Project & Museum Inc. and is located just 30 miles south of Boston and 15 miles north of Providence in downtown Mansfield, Massachusetts. Open Tues-Saturdays 12-5PM Sunday & Mondays and evenings by appointment. Admission $13.00 pp/ children & students $6.00/ seniors $9.00 Gift shop open daily
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