The Arizona Doll and Toy Museum is an ever-changing scenario of dolls and toys from the past as well as the familiar things that children play with today. There is an actual classroom from 1912 that displays antique dolls as the students sitting at their desks. The admission charge is free to visit the museum and hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm and Sunday from noon to 4 pm. Special hours of operation are set in August and it is recommended that visitors call the museum beforehand to see when the museum is open to the public.
The museum is located in the historic Heritage Square in downtown Phoenix, Arizona and found inside the Stevens House. The museum can be found at North Seventh and Monroe Streets. Transportation to the museum is convenient via public transportation. The downtown shuttle, METRO light rail, and Central Station will all get you to the doll and toy museum. The museum is a must-see for doll collectors and antique enthusiasts. Doll collectors from around the region travel to the Arizona Doll and Toy Museum to check out the new displays that change intermittently throughout the year.