The Fennimore Doll & Toy Museum, established in 1991, features a collection of dolls and toys from around the world. It also incorporates heirlooms and those that are on loan to the Museum.
The Museum features exhibits that showcase a variety of antique and collectible dolls and vintage toys dating back to as far as the 18th century up to the present, Disney characters, and many other playing objects that will relive the childhood memories of visitors.
The different collectible dolls and toys found within the Museum represent many different eras. There are handmade dolls that use natural materials, miniature dolls, antique porcelain dolls, and dolls that have intricate designs and clothing. Aside from these, there are also others which are unique for they are made of unusual materials for a doll such as corn cobs, dried apples, and nuts.
To make the viewing experiences more exciting, furniture and accessories are used to create engaging stories from different eras. There are also dolls which are dressed up to resemble Annie, Elvis, George Burns, Shirley Temple, and Mrs. Beasley.