One of the city’s little secrets, the International Dolls Museum houses 250 dolls from 28 countries, including India, Germany, Belgium, Russia, Finland, Japan, Turkey and Israel. The dolls are attired in the traditional costumes of their home countries, and serve to introduce children to foreign cultures. The Indian section has dolls of religious and historical figures, such as Rama, Krishna, Eklavya, Buddha, Christ, Laxmi Bhai, Shivaji and Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
Another interesting exhibit is a model of a railway station from Germany, complete with tracks, platforms and three trains.
Timings: 9 am to 5.30 pm; Closed on public holidays
Closed for Lunch: 1.30 pm to 2.30 pm.