Come and visit this unique and unusual Museum housed in a renovated 1910 mansion. Explore a part of your childhood by viewing the many exotic dolls, toys and miniatures displayed. The Willis Museum mainly houses the thirty-plus years collection of dolls and toys gathered by Mrs. Ida Dennie Willis, retired Tulsa teacher. It also features other collections, including Mrs. Fannie Hill's "One Thousand Dolls," Buena V. Green's Collection of Native American dolls and artifacts, Eddie Faye Gates' ethnic and advertising dolls and Carl Smith's handcrafted, miniature houses and Gypsy caravan.
In addition to the permanent collection, the Willis Museum also features many temporary collections on loan from local residents and other sources.
Visiting the Willis Museum will enhance knowledge of art, history and styles. It offers something to amuse and educate every visitor. A sampling of items, both homespun and rare treasures, will be available from artisans, both national and international, which may be viewed in the museum's galleries.
Admission is charged to support upkeep of the grounds and building. A ramp for the handicapped is available to the first floor rooms. Tulsa Transit Bus Line provides service nearby.
$3.00 Age 12 - 17
Willis Museum Hours:
11:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Wednesday thru Saturday
Closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
The Ida Dennie Willis Museum of Miniatures,
Dolls, and Toys
628 North Country Club Drive
Tulsa, OK 74127
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