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Foxton Gallery of Dolls - Trolley Bus Museum

Location:

55 Main St, Foxton, Palmerston North, Manawatu-Wanganui

Date:

Tuesday-Sunday (unconfirmed)

Time:

10.00am - 5.00pm (unconfirmed)

Cost:

a small entrance fee

Two great collections to be discovered in Foxton: the Gallery of Dolls and the Trolley Bus Museum, operated by an enthusiastic husband and wife team.  


The Gallery of Dolls is home to a wonderful collection of around 500 handmade dolls including a 115-year old French wax doll, a collection of Princess Diana dolls (complete with detailed gowns) a tin doll and a paper mache doll dating back to the 1940s.

The Trolley Bus Museum is said to have the largest private collection of old trolley buses in the world.  

Getting to the Gallery of Dolls and Trolley Bus Museum | You'll find them opposite the De Molen Windmill on the Main Street.   According to the sign, the contact number is Foxton 363 6656.  We'll try and bring you more contact details soon!

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