This is a unique exhibition with over 900 dolls and other interesting miniature items from around the world. A short 15 minutes tour will take your breath away. Old or young there is certainly something for everyone at the museum!
A prominent feature of the collection is the wide range of ethnic dolls illustrating the costumes of many countries and cultures. Add to this a collection of baby dolls and dolls houses, dolls crockery and furniture. Visitors can be sure of a wonderful time.
The museum was founded by the local resident Nousha Pakpor Samari, BEM, who has devoted time and effort keeping this remarkable collection open for the community to enjoy.
Noushabeh Pakpour-Samari is a fashion designer originally from Persia.
She is the founder of ''Noushafashion'' brand.
Nousha's passion for design, art and creativity led her to promote and establish a centre for women in 1990 under the title of the Lady's Creative Centre in Ealing, London, United Kingdom.
Noushabeh Pakpour-Samari has earned her BEM award (British Empire Medal) by teaching and encouraging women of all backgrounds to learn different skills for over 25 years.
The Lady’s Creative Centre has a loyal group of volunteers who provide regular help and support through organising creative writings and art classes.
There are also children activity workshops, social gatherings and outings,