The Enchanted Mansion museum was found by Mrs. Rosemary T. Sedberry in 1994. Mrs. Sedberry wanted to have an additional area to where she can display her dolls, but instead she and her husband Dr. Joseph E. Sedberry Jr. formed the Enchanted Mansion to share her collections of dolls. An approximate count of 2,000 dolls were displayed on the museum and since then, thousands more have been added into the collection.
The one story building makes it visitors doll sized. The museum has this room called the land of the Gazoba fairies where you will get to view hundreds of dolls in display and you will also get to see a large replica of the white house inside the museum.
The enchanted museum?s sole purpose is to help and give benefit to handicapped citizens of the community. All proceeds that the museum gets are party deposited into a foundation for the handicapped.
The museum?s doors are always open for volunteers. Hard working volunteers are needed to help cater special events such as meetings, wedding and summer camp as well as to help around the museum.